By the time this issue goes to print, you will hopefully have seen the new report, The Baylands and Climate Change: What We Can Do, released by the California State Coastal Conservancy. This notable report is an update to the 1999 Baylands Ecosystem Habitat Goals that set comprehensive targets for protecting 100,000 acres of the San Francisco Bay estuary. Produced by a multi-disciplinary team of 200 scientists and government experts (including refuge staff) on ecological restoration, climate change, watershed systems and urban engineering, the new report synthesizes the latest science and incorporates projected changes through the year 2100 to generate new recommendations for achieving healthy baylands ecosystems.