Greens welcome withdrawl of a proposal on seeds and seed marketing, saying it would have further concentrated the power of multinationals.
Molly Scott Cato has accused MPs of forcing GM food on an unwilling British public, following a recommendation by the The Science and Technology Committee of the House of Commons.
Molly has thrown her support behind legal action by Greenpeace against the Coalition Government’s management of UK fishing quotas.
England’s three Green MEPs, have written a letter highlighting the extreme suffering of EU animals exported to third countries in the Middle East, North Africa and Turkey and called for a ban.
Molly Scott Cato has warned that a vote today in the European Parliament opens the flood gates to GMOs in England.
Molly Scott Cato warns that not only is one of the region’s most famous foods under threat from TTIP, but also the quality of food, animal welfare standards and environmental regulations that go with it.
Molly Scott Cato, Green MEP for the South West, will be the special guest at the popular annual Christmas Without Cruelty Festival in Exeter this Saturday.
Molly responds in the Western Morning News to claims by the the pesticides industry that EU restrictions on pesticide use will see the demise of popular British crops like apples or carrots.
Green MEP Molly Scott Cato has reacted angrily to the latest report from the pesticides industry, which claims that the UK will no longer be able to produce a number of popular fruits and vegetables if new restrictions on the use of toxic chemicals are introduced by the European Union. Dr Scott Cato said: “This publication … Read moreGreen MEP condemns new report from pesticide industry as ‘scare tactics’
Greens are warning that new EU legislation could open the way for GM crops to be grown in the South West. A planned compromise deal would allow EU states the option of banning genetically modified crops, but Greens say the legislation could in fact provide the opportunity for numerous new GMO crops to be cultivated … Read moreGreens warn of GM crop contamination in SW