Permalink: https://photo.greenpeace.org/archive/Hurricane-Sandy-Aftermath-in-NJ-27MZIFVAPSIY.htmlConceptually similarHurricane Sandy Aftermath in NJGP04BODCompleted★★★★Hurricane Sandy Aftermath in NJGP04BOBCompleted★★★★Hurricane Sandy Aftermath in NJGP04D3UCompleted★★★★Hurricane Sandy Aftermath in NJGP04D3PCompleted★★★★Hurricane Sandy Aftermath in NJGP04D3XCompleted★★★★Hurricane Sandy Aftermath in NJGP04D3YCompleted★★★★Hurricane Sandy Aftermath in NJGP04D3ZCompleted★★★★Hurricane Sandy Aftermath in NJGP04D40Completed★★★★Hurricane Sandy Aftermath in NJGP04D41Completed★★★★View AllGP04BOCHurricane Sandy Aftermath in NJAn image combo of before and after views of a group of houses on Ocean Avenue in Mantoloking that were ravaged by Hurricane Sandy. The top image, provided by a property owner shows the homes before the storm. The bottom row of images shows what's left of the corresponding houses on Oct. 30, 2012. Hurricane Sandy hammered New York and New Jersey with high winds and a record-breaking storm surge on Oct. 29, 2012, killing people and leaving more than six million without power. Hurricane Sandy is an example of the extreme weather we can expect to see with continued climate change - - in fact, storms will continue to become more frequent and more severe. Before image at top, courtesy of a property owner.Locations:Mantoloking-New Jersey-North America-United States of AmericaDate:30 Oct, 2012Credit:© Greenpeace / Tim AubryMaximum size:3000px X 1723pxKeywords:Aerial view-Beaches-Before and after-Climate (campaign title)-Coastlines-Danger-Day-Destruction-Flags-Floods-Houses-Hurricanes-KWCI (GPI)-Natural disasters-Outdoors-Sand-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.