Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Hurricane-Sandy-Aftermath-New-York-27MZIFVV8G7E.htmlConceptually similarHurricane Sandy Aftermath New YorkGP04BZFCompleted★★★★Hurricane Sandy Aftermath New YorkGP04BZKCompleted★★★★Hurricane Sandy Aftermath New YorkGP04BZHCompleted★★★★Hurricane Sandy Aftermath New YorkGP04BZICompleted★★★★Hurricane Sandy Aftermath New YorkGP04BZJCompleted★★★★Hurricane Sandy Aftermath New YorkGP04BZNCompleted★★★★Hurricane Sandy Aftermath New YorkGP04BZPCompleted★★★★Hurricane Sandy Aftermath New YorkGP04C04Completed★★★★Hurricane Sandy Aftermath New YorkGP04BZOCompleted★★★★View AllGP04BZGHurricane Sandy Aftermath New YorkHeavy equipment piles rubble in a make shift garbage dump in Jacob Riis Park in the Hurricane Sandy devastated Rockaway Beach neighborhood. Explosions and fires from broken gas lines followed the storm surge as the powerful superstorm came ashore Oct. 29. The towers in the background are the Park's Art Deco Bathhouse now housing exhibits.Locations:New York-New York-North America-Queens (NYC)-United States of AmericaDate:15 Nov, 2012Credit:© Bruce Cotler / GreenpeaceMaximum size:4064px X 1697pxKeywords:Climate (campaign title)-Destruction-Dumps-Hurricanes-KWCI (GPI)-Land dumping-Outdoors-Rubbish-Storms (climate change)Shoot:Hurricane Sandy Solar Relief in USGreenpeace partnered with Occupy Sandy to provide relief for the people of Rockaway in the Queens Borough of New York in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy. Weeks after the superstorm devastated coastal areas of New Jersey and New York, thousands remain without power in wind and flood damaged homes. Greenpeace is helping provide electricity for a donation collection and distribution center and medical clinic as well as charging cellphones and lighting up a small patch of the neighborhood.