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The Big Picture

In this Issue:

  • Fall 2018
  • The Hollowing Out of Newsrooms
  • Actually, Millennials Are Planning for Retirement
  • Preparing for a Changing Future
  • The Big Picture
  • Noteworthy
  • When 51 Percent Might Not Mean a 'Majority'
  • Australia Commits to Expand Protections in the Outback
  • 'Like a Kid in a Candy Store': Remembering Gerry Lenfest
  • Close Encounters With Killer Whales Offer Clues to Southern Ocean Health
  • Mobile Food Banks Serve Isolated, Rural Poor
  • Juvenile Justice Reform Can Help Young People 'Turn Their Lives Around'
  • The Pew Research Center Remains Focused on the Facts
  • Return on Investment
  • Improving Public Policy
  • Informing the Public
  • Invigorating Civic Life
  • Fishing Subsidies Are Speeding the Decline of Ocean Health
  • End Note: How Americans Value Gender
  • When You Say You Believe In God, What Do You Mean?
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Greg Kahn GRAIN

Water spills onto the main road of Hoopers Island in Dorchester County, Maryland, during high tide. One of the oldest settled areas in the state, the island is losing about two acres a month into the Chesapeake Bay as sea levels rise. Flood-related disasters are the costliest and most frequent natural disaster threat in the nation, accounting for $750 billion in losses from 2000 to 2017. Pew is working to advance policies that will modernize federal flood insurance, mitigate disasters, prioritize investments in flood-ready infrastructure, and promote nature-based solutions.

Noteworthy Preparing for a Changing Future
The front facade of the Supreme Court of the United States in Washington, DC.
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