Disability History Month

Unite celebrates the contributions of disabled activists in the trade union movement and the wider society; Achieving Disability Equality at work and society as a whole by Advocating and Practising the Social Model of Disability.

Disability History Month is a time to reflect on the past achievements and challenges faced by disabled people, it’s time to draw attention to new and ongoing issues in order to bring about positive change.

 

Since 1990, the world has lost 178 million hectares of forest.
As an estimated 45% of carbon on land is stored in trees and
soil, this loss has a serious effect on the Earth’s atmosphere.
It is more important than ever that everyone has a greater
understanding of how they can take sustainable steps to
protect the planet.

Our Level 2 Certificate in Understanding Environmental
Sustainability course will provide an overview of the principles
of sustainable development, communities and energy
management, and the social responsibility of businesses in
relation to sustainability.

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