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 is visiting Truro this week and will warn the region that Brexit, and particularly leaving the customs union and single market, is failing Cornwall.
Molly has written to the EU Competition Commissioner challenging her to intervene to block the proposed Sainsbury’s-Asda merger.
As MPs debate membership of the customs union, Molly has accused the government of totally miscalculating the complexities of Brexit.
Molly writes for Business Green about her hopes for a report on sustainable finance for which is was rapporteur.
The European Parliament Economics and Monetary Affairs Committee has today voted by a large majority in favour of a report on sustainable finance which Molly drafted.
Molly has warmly welcomed a proposal by the EU Commission on a Directive to protect whistleblowers which follows the Greens own draft proposal.
Molly responds to the government being defeated today in the House of Lords on the issue of the UK staying in a customs union after Brexit.
Following the shocking Cambridge Analytica revelations, Molly argues that for Facebook to be a real social network, it needs to be owned by those who invest their personal lives in it.
As the European Parliament’s rapporteur on sustainable finance, Molly will take part in a conference in Brussels focused around the Commission’s Action Plan for Sustainable Finance.