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.

Billionaire Power and Politics

A New Solar Power Deal From California

Herakles in the Age of Climate Chaos

The Evolution of Pandora

Livestock Ranchers, Miners, Loggers and Oilmen–Welfare Queens All–Have Been Raping and Plundering the American West

Promtheus’ Fire: Climate Change in the Time of Willful Ignorance

Australia on the Chasm of Climate Catastrophe

Car Nation

Planetary Perestroika

Global Poison Spring

A Nation Run by Billionaires and Lobbyists

The Meaning of Ecology

Greece and the Struggle for Freedom

Growing Ecological Civilization in China

A World Partnership for Ecopolitical Health and Security

A Passion for Writing

Of Horses and Civilization

Polluting the Heavens

The Scourge in the White House

The Democrats and the Climate Crisis

Power and Tragedy

Targeting the Tongass National Forest for Amazon-like Destruction

The Amazon Inferno

The Greek Way to a Green Planet

Is Environmental Protection Possible?

The War on Nature

Farm Rot is Eating America Alive

What We Owe Homer

The Environmental Crimes of the Trump Administration

My First Cousin Odysseus

If Japan Continues Slaughtering Whales, Boycott the 2020 Tokyo Olympics

How the Trump Administration is Eviscerating the Federal Government

Democratic Virtues in Electing a President

Shaking Off Capitalism for Ecological Civilization

The Compelling Evidence of Global Warming

A World of Shadows

On Superstition

My Father’s Hidden Weapon: Reflections on WW II

The Beauty of Trees

Timidity and Palliatives While the Planet Burns

Can Democracy Save America?

Dare to Know: the Paradox of Greek History

Time Machine: Re-Visiting the Golden Age of Greek Science

Human Flourishing (Eudaimonia): an Antidote to Extinction?

Hawai’i in Trouble

Stealing Democracy in an Age of Kleptocrats

Ecological Civilization: Could China Become a Model for Saving the Earth?

Riding the Wild Bull of Nuclear Power

Robots in the Vast Memory Palace of Myth

On Home Ground in a Distant Land