This week, the Shepherd family face their toughest trial yet. The transport challenge is underway, and for university student Jesse, giving up his car is a huge sacrifice. Over at the Edwards household, the transport challenge rules spark debate.
An hour-long highlights package introduced by Stephanie Brantz, of the Service of Thanksgiving at St Paul's Cathedral, followed by a formal procession. The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh, together with other members of the royal family, will attend a service of thanksgiving at St Paul's Cathedral, which will be followed by a formal carriage procession.
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.
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.