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Hurricane Sandy, fueled by climate disruption, was the biggest storm of the 2012 hurricane season. By the time it crashed ashore in New Jersey on October 29, it had already claimed hundreds of lives in the Caribbean -- and there was more devastation to come.

When the storm had passed, thousands in the Mid-Atlantic and New England were without power or clean water for days or weeks. We've come a long way in the year since Sandy -- tourism on the Jersey Shore is starting to pick up again and clean energy technologies like wind and solar are growing exponentially across the country. We need to keep the momentum going to fight climate disruption.

Tell the EPA that you remember the lessons of Sandy -- that it's time to move beyond the biggest causes of climate disruption, starting with climate pollution from new power plants.

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Devastation from Hurricane Sandy
© 2012 Julie Dermansky,
courtesy Sierra Club Library

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