In this Issue:

  • Spring 2024
  • A Change to Federal Methadone Regulations
  • A Journey to Earth’s Last Great Wilderness
  • Art With a View on History
  • Expanded Protections for a Biological Hot Spot
  • Honduras’ Coastal Wetlands
  • Insights on What Communities Need to Thrive
  • Majorities Say Social Media Is Good for Democracy
  • Americans Say Officials Should Avoid Heated or Aggressive Speech
  • Return on Investment
  • The Digital Divide
  • The High Cost of Putting a Roof Over Your Head
  • The Pantanal in South America
  • Tribal Nations First Ocean and Coastal Protections in U.S.
  • What Does Being Spiritual Mean?
  • View All Other Issues
Spring 2024: How to Unlock More Housing
Trust Magazine

The Digital Divide

High-speed internet is a staple of everyday life, but many Americans don’t have access to it because no network reaches them—or they can’t afford to pay

Quick View
Trust Magazine

Heather Peatman is a hardworking photographer and farmer, but she spends a good portion of her days thinking about something entirely different from editing pictures or feeding her animals: how she can get a speedy internet connection.

Trust Magazine

What Does Being Spiritual Mean?

Findings from a recent Pew Research Center survey reveals that 70% of U.S. adults identify as spiritual while 22% consider themselves spiritual but not religious

Quick View
Trust Magazine

Austin Vivolo doesn’t recall what grade he was in when his parents stopped going to church, only that he and his older brother were delighted. “We thought, ‘Oh, we don’t have to go to that boring place anymore where we always have to be quiet.’”

also in This issue

Flip to Find Out


Flip to Find Out

Americans contract more than 2.8 million antibiotic-resistant infections every year—and at least 35,000 die. TWEET

Pew’s antibiotic resistance project seeks to spur creation of new antibiotics by removing economic obstacles that impede discovery and development and to ensure that antibiotics are prescribed appropriately. Learn more