In this article for Business Green, Molly argues that businesses must look at their entire supply chain when considering their business ethics and sustainability.
Molly and Green MEPS have expressed delight at the outcome of a vote today in the European Parliament on conflict minerals.
England’s MEPs give a statement on Commission response to refugee crisis.
Molly has welcomed today’s House of Commons debate on the replacement of Trident.
Molly’s response to the tragic deaths in France over the last few days, published in the Guardian.
Yesterday, The European Parliament adopted a resolution calling for the recognition of the state of Palestine – a ‘historic and proud moment’ said Molly.
Published on Remembrance Day, Molly argues that the militarisation of society has become normalised and that war and its thousands of victims have become part of the scenery of our lives. She suggests there is a risk that the red poppy itself, that poignant symbol of loss and respect, is being hijacked by a particular interpretation of what it means to be patriotic.
The team of Molly Scott Cato, Green MEP for the South West, are demonstrating their commitment to conflict free minerals by switching to smartphones from Fairphone, a social enterprise seeking to raise awareness about conflict minerals in electronics and the wars that they fuel . Fairphone ensure their smartphones are made with conflict-free minerals from … Read moreGreen team commit to conflict free minerals
A response from Molly to constituents who have asked questions about conflict minerals.
Chat Politics column Published 24th September 2014 http://www.chatpolitics.org/nuclear-weapons-just-wooly-issue/ It was peace that first brought Molly into politics when she was 16 and founded Bath Youth CND. Now, some 30 years later as a newly elected MEP, she again finds herself championing the anti nuclear cause. Not just at wonderful events like Wool Against Weapons but … Read moreNuclear weapons: not just a wooly issue