Evaggelos Vallianatos

Evaggelos Vallianatos is a historian and environmental strategist, who worked at the US Environmental Protection Agency for 25 years. He is the author of seven books, including the latest book, The Antikythera Mechanism.

Electra Reborn

From a Sense of Wonder to Dread: 90 Seconds to Midnight

Rapacious Industrial Capitalism and its Apocalyptic Consequences

Playing God: Wisdom from the Greeks or Monsters of Artificial Intelligence?

Spreading Awareness About Climate Chaos

The Public Good

Humans Are Weapons of Mass Extinction

Not Earning Enough Money to Put Food on the Table: Walmart’s Savage Capitalism

Comfort and Virtue

The Climate Medusa

The Aim and Purpose of Life

President Biden: Climate is the Enemy

The Bronze Age Origins of Greek Civilization

Hurricane Lessons

Dolphins of Heavens and Earth

Extreme Heat

Brewing Pandemic Pestilence

Who Will Repower the American West?

Heavens and Earth

The Toxic and Insidious Legacy and Crime of DDT Dumping in Southern California

The Meaning of Climate Change: A World Revolution for a Livable Future

Barbarians at the Gates

Impossible to Stop Praising, Cheering, and Applauding the Athletes at Olympia

Ecocide in Greece

The Supreme Court is Threatening America and the Planet

Climate Nemesis

Democracy in America on a Knife’s Edge

Life of the Mind – and Survival

The DDT Octopus

A Civilization of Fragile Images

Why Are Americans So Uncomfortable With the Greeks?

Is America a Sacrifice Zone?

Homer and Greek History

Fear and the Ukrainian War

Hypocrisy Over Ukraine

The Celestial Antikythera Mechanism: the Second Parthenon of Hellenic Civilization

Greece’s Lost Children of the Cold War

A Menacing Wind: a Glimpse of Climate Chaos

The Monster in the Academic Room

America’s Climate Emergency

The Beautiful and the Good

The Climate Medusa

The Village Mirror

The Great Fear

Climate Chaos: Is Biden Up to the Challenge?

Decline and Fall of Western Civilization

Can Civilization be Regenerated?

Get Me Water First

The War on the Classics

Blowing in the Winds of the Wine-dark Sea