HRA’s Jeannie Larmon is the lead editor of and contributor to a recently published book. Sustainability and Water Management in the Maya World and Beyond, edited by Jean T. Larmon, Lisa J. Lucero, and Fred Valdez Jr., investigates climate change and sustainability through time, exploring how political control of water sources, maintenance of sustainable systems, ideological relationships with water, and fluctuations in water availability have affected and been affected by social change. Though the volume focuses primarily on Ancestral Maya case studies, contributors discuss the global diversity of water management systems and the successes and failures of their employment, while applying a multitude of perspectives on sustainability. Contributors to the volume use both archaeological and ethnographic data to explore water management and sustainability through time.