After living in darkness for a week, the Edwards family finally pass the water challenge and their energy hotspot is returned. Relieved and upbeat, they move on to the next hotspot challenge - a sixty percent reduction in their energy use.
The Amazon is one of the world's most unadulterated rivers - the most wild, the most remote. Seeing life on its banks is like stepping back in time... but for how long?
The rainforests - beautiful, mysterious and enigmatic - are time capsules from long ago that carry the genetic inheritance of millions of years of evolution. They are home to half the living species on Earth, yet so much of the rainforests' elaborate web of life is waiting to be discovered. In this 3-part series narrated by Jack Thompson, we discover the fascinating rainforest right on our doorstep, in Australia, one of the driest climates on earth.
With a backdrop of tropical fauna and fauna images, a narrator explains how rainforests seed clouds with the aerobacter bacteria to form rain as part of a water and nutrient ecosystem.
For twenty-four hours both families have lived without energy, water, transport or waste removal, and now, Glenn arrives to turn their water hotspot back on and set a sustainable reduction level. With the water challenge in place, it's time for Eco Coach Tanya Ha to start her coaching and she quickly zeros in on the families' un-eco behaviour.
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