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Kayteria Knott is Caring for the Environment and Her Community


Kayteria Knott is a growing Logistician who has been featured in digital news platforms for her insights on the industry. She has shared tips and tricks about how to become a better logistics professional, and she has also explained the ins and outs of the industry to inform people who are considering a career as a Logistician.

Knott has participated in the non-profit organization 1in6, as well as aquatic environmental clean-up projects.

Additionally, she assisted with the reorganization project for the warehouse of Hosea Williams Feed the Homeless, an organization that helps people who are experiencing homelessness or financial hardships. At this organization, Knott has also helped with holiday food drives and back to school giveaways.

Although Knott is a busy logistics professional and spends much of her time helping people in her day-to-day work, it’s also important to note that she focuses much of her spare time on community involvement as well. When it comes to helping others and contributing, Kayteria Knott is always looking for ways to get involved.

Kayteria Knott has also given plasma to help people in need such as burn victims and children with sickle cell anemia, as well as people who need blood transfusions.

In addition to her past community involvement, Kayteria Knott expands her skills and knowledge by learning and researching.

She expresses interest in small community service, the environment and climate advocacy.

Knott is interested in the subject of climate finance and looks forward to helping people and organizations alike. She hopes to one day help people and organizations understand how climate action works by educating them in person. This is why she strives to understand climate finance and climate change herself.

Climate finance simply defined is finance that aims at supporting the environment. This can happen in a variety of ways such as reducing emissions, greenhouse gasses and more.

Climate finance is especially useful and needed in industries that already produce a lot of emissions.

Generally, finance is drawn from a variety of potential funding sources such as public, private and alternative sources of funding. It allows companies to seek more sustainable ways to deploy their capital and resources and seize commercial opportunities for climate action.

There are numerous bilateral and multilateral sources of funding for climate finance for developing nations as well. Through the United Nations Environment Programme, countries can access the Green Climate Fund (GCF), Global Environment Facility (GEF), the Adaptation Fund (AF) and many more potential sources.

Kayteria Knott has begun to educate herself about the Green Climate Fund and seeks to teach others about its benefits. With that, she stays up-to-date on current national and international policies and procedures around environmental framework and climate finance.

“Some new ways where I would like to help my colleagues and my community is by educating myself about social sustainability and inclusions as well,” says Kayteria Knott.

“It’s a new strategic direction that focuses on creating more inclusive societies, as well as enhancing the empowerment of citizens, fostering more peaceful and resilient communities.”

Kayteria Knott says that social sustainability is about expanding opportunities for today and tomorrow.

So, what are some ways where you can contribute to helping the environment, even if you’re not an educator or community builder just yet? Knott says there are ways everyone can help to foster better communities and a better world.

Kayteria Knott says it all starts with a willingness to learn more about the environment and how you can help. She recommends exploring community initiatives, building compost machines, volunteering with Go Green Projects, recycling and more. Everybody has a different calling, and any way you choose to give back to your community is appreciated.

Kayteria Knott will begin focusing more of her time on community and global involvement and says, “I hope my involvement has a domino effect on the world, and that I can become involved in the betterment of society globally.”

Tel Aviv-born, an entrepreneur, CEO, manager, and marketing strategist. I have been working for some leading publications like Datafloq, Blogher, Engadget, Medium and other publication.

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