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.

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

The Decline of Freedom

America, China, and the Climate Dinosaur

Out of Sight, Out of Mind: Ecocide in the Pacific

The Climate Elephant in the Atmosphere (and in the Room)

The Crushing Environmental Burden of Greek Tourism

The Republican War on America

Live Free or Die: How Adamantios Koraes Turned Greek Thought Into Power for the Benefit of the Greek Revolution of 1821

Agricultural Elephant in the Room

Insurrection at the Capitol

Thebes of Myth and History

Countering Trump’s Assaults on the Natural World: a Word of Advice to Biden

The Earth on Fire

Trump’s End Game

On Trump’s Megalomania

Hellas Reborn?

Another Renaissance?

On the Precipice of Tyranny

On the Death of My Brother

The Heat is Definitely On

Fear in America

40 Acres and a Mule: the Plight of Black Farmers

The Meaning of the Battle of Salamis

The Money Plague

On the Beauty of Life

On the Separation of Church and State

Power, Knowledge and Virtue

A Just and Talented Government for Our Hazardous Age

Frankenstein Chimeras: COVID, Wuhan Labs and Biosafety

Barbarism on the Rise: Hunting Mama Wolves and Bears and Their Cubs in Alaska

The Virtues of Not Eating Animals

From Plague to a Livable World

War and Power in Classical Greece: Lessons for Superpowers and the World

The War Against the Wolves of Alaska

Water and Cadillac Deserts

The Power and Plight of Science

The Origin of Plagues: From Mao to Trump

American Politics Without Sanders

Plague and Civilization

The Control of Nature

In the Grip of Disease

Nature’s Revenge: Climate Change and COVID-19

Turkey’s Migrant Weapon Against Greece

A Pandemic of Fear