Join Te Radar as he travels the globe looking at sustainability issues and how we might be able to solve them in NZ. Made with the support of NZ on Air.
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It's back to the future as Te Radar visits Houston to see how the De Lorean is leading the way in electric transport.
Te Radar looks at oil alternatives like alligator fat, and finds out how a mix of sunlight and old kiwifruit can juice up a car.
Te Radar uncovers the hidden potential in two weeds' one provides food and cleans water, the other makes houses, roads, bridges, bullet proof suits and even pizza.
Te Radar looks into water to see why our long finned eel is up the creek without a paddle, and uses his body to test ways to clean up the water.
Te Radar finds local food is a global concern with honey smugglers targeting our golden goodness.
Hunting out green design leads Te Radar to the USA where old tyres, cans and bottles form homes of the future, and to Kapiti where a chap uses rocks to air-condition his home.
Te Radar travels to Cuba to discover ways to farm using natural solutions, without chemicals and often without modern machinery.
Season Final: Te Radar finds that when it comes to land the more you put in, the more you get out thanks to a school in Hamilton turning their grounds into the classroom of the future.