Writing for the New Statesman (Staggers) Molly explores why there are so many Brexit metaphors about food and warns that the Brextremists are keen to dilute food and environmental regulations.
Molly has warned of a plot by leading rightwing Brexiteers to ditch EU food and safety standards post-Brexit so as to secure a US trade deal.
Molly is calling for drastic cuts to meat consumption and an extension of VAT to cover all processed and factory farmed meat because of the industries contribution to climate change.
Writing for the Ecologist, Molly welcomes the expected ban on neonicotinoids to protect bees, but questions whether environment secretary Michael Gove will challenge the chemicals industry lobby and retain regulations after Brexit.
Molly writes for the European Interest website on the controversial pulse fishing technique and argues for transnational cooperation to manage our fisheries and the seas that are not contained by national borders.
The European Parliament has backed a Green proposal for a special committee to investigate the authorisation procedure for glyphosate, Europe’s most widely used herbicide.
Molly has welcomed the fact that a majority of MEPs have voted for a ban on the controversial pulse fishing technique.
Molly is laying down a challenge to the Environment Secretary, Michael Gove, to end the use of agricultural land as a tax haven and tax shelter.
Molly writes for the Ecologist questioning Monsanto’s role in the decision by EU countries to re-authorise Europe’s most used weedkiller, glyphosate.
Molly and the Greens in Europe have called for much greater support for small farmers as the European Commission publishes a plan for the future of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP).