Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Hurricane-Sandy-Aftermath-in-NJ-27MZIFVPFNQU.htmlConceptually similarHurricane Sandy Aftermath in NJGP04D14Completed★★★★Hurricane Sandy Aftermath in NJGP04D3ECompleted★★★★Hurricane Sandy Aftermath in NJGP04D3FCompleted★★★★Hurricane Sandy Aftermath in NJGP04D3CCompleted★★★★Hurricane Sandy Aftermath in NJGP04D0BCompleted★★★★Hurricane Sandy Aftermath in NJGP04D0ECompleted★★★★Hurricane Sandy Aftermath in NJGP04CZYCompleted★★★★Hurricane Sandy Aftermath in NJGP04CZZCompleted★★★★Hurricane Sandy Aftermath in NJGP04D00Completed★★★★View AllGP04D13Hurricane Sandy Aftermath in NJ20121029 Hurricane Sandy aerialsAerial views of damage caused by Hurricane Sandy along the New Jersey coast on October 30, 2012. Photo by Tim Aubry/GreenpeaceThe area shown is along Capstan Drive in the Rivera on the Barnegat neignborhood in Lacey Township area of Ocean County, New Jersey. * City: Forked River * State: New JerseyLocations:New Jersey-North America-United States of AmericaDate:30 Oct, 2012Credit:© Greenpeace / Tim AubryMaximum size:5760px X 3840pxKeywords:Aerial view-Climate (campaign title)-Danger-Destruction-Floods-Hurricanes-Natural disasters-Outdoors-Storms (climate change)Shoot:Hurricane Sandy Aftermath in NJ and NYAerial views of devastation in New York and along the New Jersey coast caused by Hurricane Sandy. Hurricane Sandy is an example of the extreme weather symptomatic of continued climate change, as storms continue to become more frequent and more severe. Storms like Hurricane Sandy will increasingly compromise our safety and economic security if governments don’t address emissions and climate policy.