Saving the Port of Onehunga with lessons from the US

From Nine To Noon, 9:20 am on 3 May 2019

Conservationists and locals living near Manukau Harbour's Port of Onehunga want a new independent entity, like the Hauraki Gulf coalition, set up to protect its failing health. New Zealand's second largest port is an uninspiring, silt filled, polluted, wasteland. Despite years of disapointment and competing agendas Jim Jackson, the Chairman of the Manukau Harbour Restoration Society, is hoping that a success story in the US - could help spark a transformation. He joins Kathryn Ryan with Rich Batuik, who shares his 30 year experience of the US EPA Chesapeake Bay Program.