Building a Better World

In 2015, the 193 countries of the United Nations agreed on seventeen Sustainable Development Goals. These goals are very important because they tell us what we must do to end the world’s biggest problems, like poverty, hunger and climate change.

This book explains each of the goals and gives examples of the wonderful work that is already happening around the world to end these huge problems. It also gives great ideas of changes that we can all make in our own lives. We must all work together, to build a better world for everyone!

Oxford Bookworms Library is a readers series for secondary and adult learners, with seven reading levels from A1-C1. Including over 270 original and adapted texts graded and available with audio and in e-book formats, it ensures a comfortable read at every level.


Rachel Bladon





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Stage 2


Cambridge English: Flyers; Cambridge English: Key (KET); IELTS 3.0 – 4.5; TOEIC 225 – 780; TOEFL 24 – 86;

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