Molly has written to the president of the European Central Bank challenging them over ‘disguised subsidies’ to companies that are undermining goals on tackling climate change.
Molly has said her worst fears over Brexit are being realised following revelations that the government is planning to ‘scale down its concern over climate change and the trade in illegal wildlife’ after leaving the EU.
Molly has accused the government of failing consumers and the environment over energy policy following projections that onshore wind and solar will be as cheap or cheaper than gas by 2020.
Molly has challenged the government to follow the EU and embrace the ‘circular economy’ post-Brexit.
A cross-party group of MEPs has written to Nick Hurd, Minister for Climate Change and Industry demanding to know how the government plans to fund investment in clean energy post-Brexit.
Molly has responded to a new study which says using woody biomass for energy releases higher levels of emissions than coal.
Molly has welcomed the verdict of a government-funded review which has come out in favour of a network of tidal lagoons around the UK.
Molly has condemned a decision by the EU Commission to give the green light for French government cash to Areva, the nuclear group designing and building nuclear reactors at Hinkley.
A letter to Mario Draghi, President of the European Central Bank, asking for the bank to exclude and divest from carbon-intensive assets to help tackle climate change.
Molly has welcomed news that Greenpeace Energy, a green energy supplier in Germany, is taking renewed legal action against Hinkley through the European Court of Justice.