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The most popular with fans from around the world are the competitions of the European championships, including matches of the Champions League and the Europa League.

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World is gearing up for intense football season. Image: Wikimedia Commons

The intense football season has already gained momentum, and you can follow all the results at the website of sports statistics. It offers a detailed line of events, as well as the latest information from around the world.

We traditionally pay attention not only to key competitions of the major leagues of the Old Continent, but also to many other championships. This allows our users to enjoy maximal coverage of events from around the world. For example, recently the fans are more and more interested in games of the MLS.

Overseas league has a whole bunch of top players, many of who have not yet said their last word:

  • Schweinsteiger;
  • Villa;
  • Vela;
  • Dos Santos.

This summer, they were joined by Wayne Rooney, who has already managed to score several goals and provided several assists. At 777score, you will always be up to date and will not miss anything important from the world of your favorite sport. Here, you will always find both top confrontations featuring top stars and soccernet in full.

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You can follow all the results at the website of sports statistics. Image: 777Score

It is convenient to work with this website both via a PC and a mobile device.

Main Intrigues of Season In Europe

However, the most popular with fans from around the world are the competitions of the European championships, including matches of the Champions League and the Europa League. At this site, all tournaments are presented in special sections, where you can find out not only the latest results, but also important statistical information.

This year, the Champions League expects a particularly tense battle for the title. Considering the thin results of Real Madrid, a whole bunch of pursuers of the Royal Club have a chance to compete for the most prestigious club trophy of the Old Continent. Already at the first rounds of the new season, Barcelona and Juventus confirmed their intentions with confident wins on the football fields.

These teams are the main favorites of the season in the Champions League. They can compete against Liverpool, PSG, Manchester City, Bayern, and Atletico. In the long tournament run, surprises are quite possible, so it is even more interesting to follow the confrontations of the strongest teams. In the near future, we will find out whether competitors will dethrone Real from its champions throne or, despite significant losses, the Royal Club will remain the favorite of the Champions League. Join 777score, and you will be the first to learn about all the twists and turns in football arenas.

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Denmark Hopes to Set Example for World with Ambitious Scheme to Cut Carbon Emissions by 70%

To be honest, for the climate, even if we just close down our country tomorrow, it wouldn't help much

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FILE - Denmark's Climate and Energy Minister Dan Jorgensen speaks during an interview in Copenhagen, Denmark, Aug.16, 2019. VOA

Denmark’s official in charge of climate matters says his country hopes to set an example for the world with an ambitious scheme to cut carbon emissions by 70% in little more than a decade, but it has no illusions that it can have a meaningful impact on global warming by itself.

“To be honest, for the climate, even if we just close down our country tomorrow, it wouldn’t help much,” Dan Jørgensen, Denmark’s top climate and energy official, told VOA during a visit to Washington this week. “I guess you can argue: Does it really matter what you do?”

Jørgensen said Denmark accounts for just 0.1% of the world’s carbon emissions, a drop in the bucket compared with emissions from the largest polluters such as China, the United States and India. But he said, “The reason we do these things anyway is that if we succeed in doing that, then hopefully we’ll inspire others.”

Jørgensen, who will be in New York next week to promote his country’s climate agenda at the United Nations, said his country hopes to demonstrate that it can carry out a green transformation and still be competitive in the global marketplace. In the process, it expects to develop new technologies that “other countries can also use.”

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People hold placards during the Global Climate Strike at Raadhuspladsen in Copenhagen, Denmark, Sept. 20, 2019. VOA

Stages of debate

According to Jørgensen, the climate debate in Denmark has gone through several stages since the issue started to enter the public’s consciousness about 15 or 20 years ago.

At that time, he said, some in Denmark still questioned how real climate change was and whether humans had anything to do with it. That was followed by a period in which the public by and large understood that climate change was real, but some remained reluctant to devote resources to the problem, concerned that efforts by Denmark alone would be futile.

Now, he said, most people agree on the nature of the problem. Looking out the window, “they see droughts, they see flooding, they see extreme weather phenomena,” he said. “We are also a nation that’s closely connected to Greenland,” one of the places where climate change is most evident in the form of melting glaciers.

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With that consensus, the debate has shifted to an energetic discussion about the best policy instruments to address the problem.

The issue so dominated Danish general elections in June that the campaign has been described as the country’s “first climate election,” with the question of how to achieve a green transformation topping the agenda in debates among the candidates for prime minister and other posts.

Looking beyond Denmark, Jørgensen said Denmark and its partners in the European Union were sad to see the United States withdraw from the Paris climate agreement and hope it will reconsider. “There’s nothing I would hope more than the U.S. taking leadership on the global stage also on green issues,” he said.

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Denmark’s official in charge of climate matters says his country hopes to set an example for the world with an ambitious scheme to cut carbon emissions by 70% in little more than a decade. Pixabay

Meanwhile, Jørgensen said, all countries and especially the “big growing economies” must join in the battle to prevent climate change “from becoming irreversible and having the most catastrophic consequences.”

But he acknowledges the frustration of newly developing countries, which are only now acquiring energy-intensive amenities that the developed nations have long enjoyed.

“It’s not up to us who’ve been polluting and emitting greenhouse gases for more than 100 years — when I say us, I mean the West, the United States, Europe — it’s not up to us to tell them, ‘No, you cannot drive a car, you cannot buy a fridge or an air conditioner, no, you can’t start to eat meat a few times a week because you can afford it all of a sudden because you’ve come out of poverty.’ ”

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Rather, he said, it is up to Denmark and the other developed countries to say, “Can we help you in any way to make that growth green?” (VOA)