Based on our research, images like these - showing two identifiable people with identifiable emotions - in close proximity to a large-scale climate cause is likely to make for a powerful image.
WHAT IT SHOWS: A mother tries to console her child at her home near the Datang Hexigten Qi coal-to-gas plant. She says that since it began operation, smoke from the plant fills the air, water in the wells begin to have an odd taste and the ambient noise levels has increased. All these are directly affecting their daily lives. China's flagship coal-to-gas pilot project is already breaking national standards on air and water pollution, according to an on-the-ground investigation by Greenpeace China.