Molly argues that with agriculture accounting for one third of all emissions, COP21 must ensure farming and food production make a positive contribution to tackling climate change.
Green MEPs have slammed the watering down of targets on reducing waste and energy presented by the European Commission
This edition of e-news focuses heavily on climate change and the impending COP21 negotiations in Paris. As an economist Molly is keen to highlight the issue of climate finance, and made her case for public funding for climate pledges at a Greens conference in Paris.
On the eve of critical climate change talks in Paris, Molly looks at the issue of climate finance and explores sources of public funding that will prevent us falling into the jaws of global finance.
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.