“New Zealand spends millions preserving and enhancing its natural bio-diversity. But what about the exotic species that we grow for food and export to the rest of the world? New Zealand Exposed is a series of documentaries examining some of the most important environmental and resource management issues facing the nation." TVNZ; tvnz.co.nz; 23/04/2007
A look at the problems that Auckland faces due the contamination of its harbours and waterways by its own effluent. It considers the turning point in Auckland’s eco-invironment, the ICI chemical fire in 1984 which saw dangerous and unknown chemicals pour into the Tamaki Isthmus and permanently altering the ecosystem.