This edition focuses on the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) trade deal after a week dominated by the on-off nature of an important vote and debate. There is also a bit of a sporting theme…
A letter published in the Guardian about the decision to postpone the European Parliamentary vote on the controversial TTIP trade deal.
In unusual circumstances, the planned vote in the European Parliament on the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) deal has been cancelled.
Molly says the agreement by the G7 to phase out fossil fuels by the end of the century represents a huge economic opportunity for the South West.
A response to constituents on the dangers posed by the TTIP trade deal and in particular, the ISDS mechanism.
Next week the European Parliament will vote on the controversial TTIP trade deal. Greens are highlighting the dangers with five short films and hoping to block the contentious ISDS clause.
Molly writes for the Guardian about Saudi Arabia’s apparent conversion to renewables.
Molly has seized on an email by a leading business advocate group as evidence of the influence of corporate lobbying on the controversial TTIP trade deal.
Molly Scott Cato today sounded a warning over the so called ‘carbon bubble’ at a conference in Frankfurt.
Success as Greens secure mandatory rules to cover the whole of the supply chain of minerals used in electronic devices such as smartphones and tablets. This should help end conflict minerals. Also an update on TTIP, who will benefit for the EU’s ‘Better Regulation’ package and calls for a more ambitious approach to the future of organic farming.