Kotim, Gary, dan Ginting terus bertekad menanam mangrove di pesisir Pulau Batam. Tebang timbun ancam pelindung alam mereka dari dampak krisis iklim.
Yogi Eka Sahputra is a journalist who recently focused on climate change, women, and coastal communities. His journey as a journalist began in college, where he was active in the Suara Kampus Student Press at UIN Imam Bonjol National Islamic University in Padang, West Sumatera. This active background in campus media led Yogi to the journalism profession in the mainstream media. Sahputra started as a journalist at Batam News in 2017 covering a range of issues, ranging from crime, and law, to the environment. In 2019 and 2020, Sahputra participated in the Tempo investigative program. He later became part of their team, reporting various factual events in various forms of writing from the Riau Islands. A year later, he became a contributor to Mongabay Indonesia. Sahputra has written extensively about the Riau Islands' environment since then. Sahputra was also involved in several collaborative reporting projects including the international collaboration coverage of Illegal Fishing in the Natuna Sea at Oceans Inc in October 2021. This coverage won the 2022 SOPA Award. He has participated in several reporting scholarship programs and has become a Google and AJI Indonesia fact-check trainer for the Riau Islands region.