A strong portrait is an image that can help tell a new story about climate change, and remake the visual representation of climate change in the public mind.
WHAT IT SHOWS: Lich, Germany. 20th Feb, 2019. The two students in the practical Florian Born (l) and Janas Haber (r) show in a forest the effects of the soot bark disease on the bark of one of the approximately 30,000 sick maple trees that have to be felled. They are attacked by the fungus, which irrevocably damages the trees and causes them to die. The spores are distributed in the air and can cause respiratory problems in humans. Credit: Frank Rumpenhorst/dpa/Alamy Live News