Solved. How Other Countries Cracked the World's Biggest Problems (and we can too)

November 12 | 3 p.m. EST

In the years ahead, as we seek to re-build after COVID-19, there will be value in taking inspiration from a range of other countries around the world—many of whom have been achieving outcomes that far surpass ours. Denmark will reach 100 percent renewable electricity by 2030. South Koreans will soon live longer than anyone else on Earth. The United Kingdom has the lowest homicide rate in the OECD. Understanding how other countries around the world are working to crack the big problems helps illuminate the sort of action required to make a difference.

Andrew Wear, Australian Public Servant