Green MEPs have hailed a vote today as evidence of how the European Parliament can help protect the poorest communities from misguided development initiatives and corporate exploitation.
Molly says the rebellion from several EU countries to the relicensing of glyphosate shows another Europe is possible.
Molly has slammed Cornish MP and Fisheries Minister, George Eustice, for repeating a claim that EU fisheries policy is good cause to leave the EU.
Green MEPs have received test results confirming the presence of unsafe levels of the ‘probably carcinogenic’ weedkiller glyphosate in their urine.
Molly has welcomed four regional food and drinks producers to Brussels to showcase their wonderful products!
Molly responds to the many constituents who have contacted her about NASFN, a new agricultural initiative in Africa.
Molly has pointed to a new German study as further evidence that TTIP could devastate agriculture in the South West.
Molly has welcomed a new ‘Rural Manifesto’ which identifies a series of reforms to address inequalities in the countryside.
Molly has welcomed a new report calling for the use of antibiotics in agriculture to be cut back or even, in critical cases, banned.
Molly argues that with agriculture accounting for one third of all emissions, COP21 must ensure farming and food production make a positive contribution to tackling climate change.