The UK’s Green MEPs have slammed the decision by the government to give the green light to a third runway at Heathrow.
Writing for Business Green Molly slams the government’s attempts to paint its air quality plan as more ambitious than EU rules.
Molly will challenge Information Commissioner, Elizabeth Denham, when she appears before a European Parliament hearing today.
Following the large majority for her report on sustainable finance, rapporteur and Green MEP Molly Scott Cato has called on the Commission to be more ambitious on the sustainable finance agenda.
Green MEP, Molly Scott Cato, has welcomed the overwhelming support for her report on sustainable finance in a vote today in the European Parliament. Dr Scott Cato, who is the first ever professor of Green Economics, said: “Today’s vote is a signal of the positive shift taking place towards investment in sustainable sectors of the economy. … Read moreEuropean Parliament Takes Important Step to Banish Unsustainable Investments
Molly has stepped up efforts to obtain details of the government’s Brexit impact studies by writing to the Information Commissioner.
Molly has written to the Information Commissioner about the Brexit impact studies.
An update from Molly on the numerous on-going Leave campaign scandals, collectively known as Brexitgate.
Molly writes for Left Foot Forward urging Labour to do what the majority of its members and MPs want: get off the fence and join the campaign for the People’s Vote.
Molly has accused Environment Secretary Michael Gove of pointing the finger of blame for the UK’s illegal air quality in every direction but at the government.