On the eve of critical climate change talks in Paris, Molly looks at the issue of climate finance and explores sources of public funding that will prevent us falling into the jaws of global finance.
Molly has hit out at the large cuts to departmental budgets announced today in the chancellor’s spending review.
As the government push for a new fleet of gas-fired power stations, Caroline Lucas and the UK’s Green MEPs have written to the Energy Secretary expressing deep concerns at the potential impacts of fracking.
Molly is opposed to fracking and believes strongly that we must leave fossil fuels in the ground. Here is her full response to concerned constituents.
At a meeting with Mario Draghi, President of the European Central Bank, Molly will today demand action to address the so-called ‘carbon bubble’.
Following revelations that the UK is on track to miss its renewable energy target, and the Energy Secretary misled Parliament, Molly has encouraged a group of MEPs to join her in submitting questions to the European Commission voicing concerns over the UK’s energy policies.
Molly has rounded on Energy Secretary Amber Rudd over revelations she misled Parliament on renewables targets.
Molly has responded angrily to the news that the Chinese government has agreed to pump £6bn into the new nuclear power station at Hinkley but has pledged to continue to fight the ‘white elephant’.
This report by Professor Victor Anderson compares and contrasts a number of possible levers for controlling carbon emissions before reaching a pragmatic conclusion about what to recommend.
Molly Scott Cato, Green MEP for the South West, is to launch a new report, entitled Controlling Carbon, in the European Parliament today suggesting a new way forward on tackling the carbon emissions responsible for climate change. The report commissioned by Dr Scott Cato and written by Professor Victor Anderson takes a critical look at … Read moreMEP launches new report on Controlling Carbon in run-up to Paris climate talks