Restore-Adapt-Mitigate: Responding to Climate Change through Coastal Habitat Restoration, a new study released by Restore America's Estuaries on April 19, 2012, for the first time links ecologically important coastal habitat restoration with adaptation and mitigation strategies as a way to reduce the impacts of ongoing global climate change. The report demonstrates that coastal wetland restoration--everything from restoring salt marshes, to protecting mangroves, and creating new coastal wetlands--can be an integral part of public and private initiatives to combat climate change.