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.

Of Insects and Men

Literature and Theater During War: Why Euripides Still Matters

The Lure of the Past

Vultures Over Greece and Macedonia

Toxic Pesticides Assault in Utah

Land Grabbers: the Threat of Giant Agriculture

How I Fell in Love With Greek Art

Crime and Punishment in an Age of the Jungle

The Waters of American Democracy

It’s Not Easy Being Greek

Sacrificing Children: Pesticides in the Time of Oligarchy

Can a Few People Save the World?

Spraying Poisons, Chasing Ghosts

The Zika Scare: a Political and Commercial Maneuver of the Chemical Poisons Industry

The Spectre of Genetic Catastrophe

The Menace of Leafblowers: a Careless Technology in Our Own Backyard

Chemical Deceit

Ruthless Power and Deleterious Politics: From DDT to Roundup