Molly is to warn a conference in Paris of the dangers of relying on private financiers to solve the issue of climate finance.
Molly has hit out at the large cuts to departmental budgets announced today in the chancellor’s spending review.
Molly has welcomed a vote in the European Parliament to reject the authorisation to recycle a toxic soft PVC plastic linked to major health concerns such as male infertility.
In a new video message Molly has warned that failure to agree a deal on keeping the planet to less than 2 degrees of warming could lead to grave consequences for the South West.
As the government push for a new fleet of gas-fired power stations, Caroline Lucas and the UK’s Green MEPs have written to the Energy Secretary expressing deep concerns at the potential impacts of fracking.
Molly has condemned government plans to close 11 tax offices in the South West which would result in not a single tax office west of Bristol.
Molly has welcomed news that political groups are supportive of extending the mandate of the special committee investigating tax issues and challenged the UK government to stop blocking the committee’s investigations.
Molly is opposed to fracking and believes strongly that we must leave fossil fuels in the ground. Here is her full response to concerned constituents.
At a meeting with Mario Draghi, President of the European Central Bank, Molly will today demand action to address the so-called ‘carbon bubble’.
Following revelations that the UK is on track to miss its renewable energy target, and the Energy Secretary misled Parliament, Molly has encouraged a group of MEPs to join her in submitting questions to the European Commission voicing concerns over the UK’s energy policies.