Buck asks if people were listening a few months ago when he was speaking about his next guest. He says he was trying to get students to make their schools a little bit more environmentally friendly. Buck welcomes his guest Chris Dunstan from the University of Technology. Dunstan says his group thought if they could get Australians as excited about reducing emissions as they get about sport then they'd be well on their way to solving climate change. Dunstan says they decided to form some teams in school communities and get them to compete against each other. He says there are plenty of things people can do in their homes to cut down energy use and emissions. Dunstan says some people are achieving amazing results in their own homes. He says the way people score in the competition is by how much they reduce their electricity consumption compared to last year. He says the winner of their energy reduction competition is; Fern Court Public School. Caller Victoria says she's from the winning school. She says her family were just a lot more conscious about turning off lights and installed energy efficient light bulbs. She says during winter they really embraced it and turned off the lights and heaters. Victoria says they turned the lights off and used candles. Victoria says her daughter was the main driving force behind her family's enthusiasm. Buck says he wants to talk to her daughter. Victoria puts her daughter Honey on the line. Honey says she wanted to do her bit to help the environment. Victoria says it took them by surprise how inefficient many of her appliances actually were. Dunstan thanks Energy Australia for their help in the competition. He says they provided his group with all the billing data, free of charge.