Wetland managers face a new set of challenges when addressing the impacts from global climate change. Wetlands are at risk of rapidly declining in quantity and quality due to impacts associated with climate change. However, wetlands also provide an effective strategy for mitigating and adapting to the impacts of climate change. Sea level rise, carbon sequestration, and invasive species are among the many topics in recent discussions about wetlands and climate change. A growing interest among states surrounds the science and development of climate change adaptation plans that incorporate natural resources, including wetlands. It is ASWM's goal to facilitate a working dialogue and to establish an informative resource on this ever-increasingly important topic. Below you will find links for topics related to wetlands and climate change, as well as links for publications, news stories, blogs and other resources.