Molly has launched a competition to find some favourite food products from the South West. Winners will get the opportunity to showcase their products in Brussels in the New Year.
Molly has criticised her colleague, Julie Girling MEP, for failing to support measures that would help prevent thousands of premature deaths from air pollution.
As the European Parliament votes on the new budget for 2016, including European agricultural subsidies, Greens argue its time for the EU to stop subsidising bullfighting.
Molly and European Greens will vote for a comprehensive ban on cloning and on allowing cloned animals into the food chain this week.
A response to constituents who have contacted Molly with concerns about a ban on allowing cloned animals into the food chain.
Molly has warned that the death of small scale dairy farms and the rise of mega-dairies will be the inevitable consequence of the fall in milk prices.
Molly has issued a challenge to the region’s MPs, urging them to sign an Early Day Motion calling for a duty exemption for small-scale cider producers.
Greens have said the Commission’s approval of 10 new GMOs for import go against public wishes and represent a missed opportunity for farmers in the South West.
A letter signed by members of the Sustainable Food Steering Group, a cross-party MEP group, and England’s three Green MEPs calls for the publication of an important communication: “Building a Sustainable European Food System.”
Molly has written to the Commission warning that simplifying the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) must not become a euphemism for abandoning green measures.