Audacious ideas for the arrest records system, child welfare and illegal fishing : TED Radio Hour Original broadcast date: June 30, 2023. Big problems need audacious solutions. This hour, TED speakers use data and common sense to make laws more effective, reform the foster care system and hold environmental offenders accountable. Guests include criminal justice reform activist Sheena Meade, child welfare advocates Sixto Cancel and Marquan Teetz, and ocean monitoring expert Tony Long.

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Audacious solutions to big problems

Audacious solutions to big problems

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TED Radio Hour: Audacious Solutions
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Original broadcast date: June 30, 2023.

Big problems need audacious solutions. This hour, TED speakers use data and common sense to make laws more effective, reform the foster care system and hold environmental offenders accountable.

Guests include criminal justice reform activist Sheena Meade, child welfare advocates Sixto Cancel and Marquan Teetz, and ocean monitoring expert Tony Long.

This episode was produced by Harsha Nahata, Laine Kaplan-Levenson, Fiona Geiran, Andrea Gutierrez and Matthew Cloutier. It was edited by Sanaz Meshkinpour, Rachel Faulkner White and Manoush Zomorodi. Our production staff also includes James Delahoussaye and Katie Monteleone. Our executive producer is Beth Donovan. Our audio engineers were Joshua Newell and Kwesi Lee.