Molly has said that climate change will be at the core of all Green policy in the next European Parliament.
Molly has said it is time for Devonport to transfer nuclear submarine and weapons jobs into jobs supporting the green economy.
Molly calls for oil drilling off the Dorset coast to be ditched and a large offshore wind farm to be resurrected as government plan to generate 30% of UK electricity from offshore wind by 2030.
A new report commissioned by Molly is calling for a transition to organic farming as a way for agriculture to play its part in reducing carbon emissions.
A report exploring the benefits to our climate, human and natural health of agro-ecology, permaculture and organic farming practices by former Green Party leader, Natalie Bennett.
A letter from Molly, published in the regional press, in response to the school strikes to protest over government inaction over climate.
Molly writes for Marlborough News on the latest CO2 emission figures for the UK, which show a steep decline since 1990.
Molly comments on evidence of the UK’s carbon emissions falling 38 per cent below 1990 levels.
Molly has added her voice to those opposing the siting of an oil rig off the coast of Bournemouth and called for a renewable energy revolution.
With Brazil’s new president elect Bolsonaro tearing up human rights and threatening the Amazon rainforest, Green MEPs are calling for the suspension of trade talks.