Molly responds to Theresa May’s speech on the environment and the government’s 25-year plan.
Molly has welcomed a host of tough measures proposed to the European Parliament to reduce the impacts of transport on air pollution and its contribution to climate change.
The Tories are trying to rebrand themselves as a green animal loving Party, but they need to see the bigger picture on fracking, renewables and ecology, says Molly in this article for the Guardian.
With off-shore wind set to produce electricity cheaper than Hinkley ever will, Molly writes for the New Statesman on why politicians on all sides should reject nuclear.
Molly has given the decision to restore protective measures for an Amazon forest reserve a cautious welcome.
Molly has responded to the announcement by the government that it has agreed to build a 1.8 mile tunnel under the Stonehenge World Heritage Site.
Following an announcement that energy from offshore wind in the UK is now cheaper than electricity generated from new nuclear, Molly has renewed a call for Hinkley C to be scrapped.
Molly is one of a group of Green MEPs calling on the EU Commission to block all imports extracted from Amazonian reserves in Brazil.
Molly has written to the EU Commission urging it to use a new trade deal between Latin American countries and the EU to prevent further destruction of the Amazon rainforest.
Molly welcomes a pledge by Environment Secretary, Michael Gove, that in future he wants farm subsidies paid on the basis of social and environmental benefits.