"It was one of the most productive, richest marine habitats on the planet, and then humans arrived."

This episode of Seasick - Saving the Hauraki Gulf looks at what a treasure the Hauraki Gulf is, how unique and bio-diverse it is and how abundant it once was.

On the doorstep of our largest city, it is a playground for many. But it is in trouble – in fact in trophic collapse. With so many grim reports, why has so little actually been done?


This series was first published on Stuff. It is made with funding from NZ on Air and GIFT Gulf Innovation Fund Together, a Foundation North Initiative.