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​      Human Rights

​    Climate change

​    Poverty

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⭐︎⭐︎ Intermediate  読み応えがある

Ocean and energy

Water is a global problem and a risk over the next ten years. Not all countries have enough water. A small rain can also cause water shortage and damage water quality, and some countries introduced water management.


Water problems affect more than 40 % of people, and two-thirds of people experience water shortage at least one month of the year. In addition, half a billion people face tough water shortages around a year. 


The sea covers about 70% of the earth. Global warming has made negative impacts on the sea. Ocean is home to plants, fishes, etc. Saving the ocean is important to all of us. 


We can enjoy water sports and experience the beautiful sea. Popular honeymoon travel for Japanese couples includes Hawaii, Maldives, Fiji, and small island resorts in the Pacific Ocean. The ocean environment supports each local economy and local people’s lives.


One of the actions we can do is to decrease CO2. A car, a train, and an airplane use energy to drive. Also, as renewable energy becomes popular, driving will be environment-friendly to nature. 


Renewable energy is made from water, sunlight, wind, heat, etc. Some European countries use renewable energy to make all electricity. The combination of electric cars and renewable energy can decrease global warming. 

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Learn SDGs in English ⭐︎

LRIGHT ENGLISH know the importance of SDGs.


You can learn SDGs through learning ENGLISH in LRIGHT ENGLISH. Some of our content is about SDGs. 


We make our content easy to learn. There are many topics related to SDGs, such as environment, human rights, and Education. Words used on our website are familiar ones so that you can enjoy studying English.


SDGs cover large areas from energy to natural resources to animals to plants. The primary objective is to learn English, and SDGs are secondary. 


We continually upload SDGs related articles to our website. We hope you enjoy them.

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SDGsが英語の題材 ⭐︎

LRIGHT ENGLISHは英語を学びながらSDGsも同時に学ぶことができるように教材にSDGsを多く取り入れます。





Donation ⭐︎

We want to inform you that LRIGHT ENGLISH plans to donate to SDGs. 


The amount of our donation is 10% of fees which our customers pay monthly. The paid service is under development. We will select which organizations among educational and authorized institutions. This plan is our fixed amount donation.



Moreover, we are considering another donation called a learning-based donation. The amount of donation is decided based on your learning English through LRIGHT ENGLISH. We may count on the number of your play our YouTube channel or the number of monthly visits to our web-based content. Once our plan is fixed, we will let you know on our page.


These two plans are our corporate social responsibility. Through learning English, you support the equality of education. Thank you so much for your kindness.

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英語学習が社会貢献 ⭐︎

LRIGHT ENGLISHはご利用いただく皆様へ、LRIGHT ENGLISHよりお伝えしておくべきことの一つが寄付についてです。







上記2つより、皆様の英語学習が困っている方々へ教育機会につながります。LRIGHT ENGLISHはビジネスの社会的責任を大事にしています。

What are SDGs? ⭐︎

The 17 Sustainable Development Goals aim to end poverty and other deprivations with strategies that improve health and education, reduce inequality, and spur economic growth. At the same time, humankind should tackle climate change and preserve our natural environments, such as our oceans and forests.


The 17 SDGs are: (1) No Poverty, (2) Zero Hunger, (3) Good Health and Well-being, (4) Quality Education, (5) Gender Equality, (6) Clean Water and Sanitation, (7) Affordable and Clean Energy, (8) Decent Work and Economic Growth, (9) Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure, (10) Reducing Inequality, (11) Sustainable Cities and Communities, (12) Responsible Consumption and Production, (13) Climate Action, (14) Life Below Water, (15) Life On Land, (16) Peace, Justice, and Strong Institutions, (17) Partnerships for the Goals.


According to the United Nations website, countries and the Unite nations concluded the SDGs based on decades of work. The Member States unanimously adopted the Millennium Declaration in September 2000, leading to the eight Millennium Development Goals to reduce extreme poverty by 2015.


The Johannesburg Declaration, adopted at the World Summit on Sustainable Development in South Africa in 2002, reconfirmed the commitments to decrease poverty and conserve the environment.


In June 2012, Member States adopted the document "The Future We Want" to launch a process to develop a set of SDGs. The process culminated in the subsequent adoption of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, with 17 SDGs at its core, at the UN Sustainable Development Summit in September 2015.

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