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Comedian Te Radar has made sustainability accessible, and thanks to both his farm and 1/4 acre town tenure he has shown that modern life is filled with things that should not be taken at face value.
In Global Radar, he is going on a global mission to look at what both Kiwis and people further afield are doing to make a difference to the planet.
New Zealand is a small country at the bottom of the world, but everything's now so globally connected that what Kiwis do, what they buy and consume can have far-reaching impacts. Global Radar aims to take a look at stuff New Zealanders use and give people the information and context to make more informed choices.
In episode one Te Radar considers cars – he meets a home-grown electric car builder, and delivers car parts made of potato starch in the South Island to a Formula Three team in Britain.