Writing for Business Green Molly slams the government’s attempts to paint its air quality plan as more ambitious than EU rules.
Molly has accused Environment Secretary Michael Gove of pointing the finger of blame for the UK’s illegal air quality in every direction but at the government.
Molly responds to news that Plymouth is one of the UK’s most polluted cities, according to a new report by the World Health Organiasation.
Molly has welcomed the decision by EU countries to extend existing restrictions on three of the most widely used neonicotinoids.
A statement by the three pro-EU MEPs in the South West: Molly Scott Cato MEP, Clare Moody MEP and Julie Girling MEP.
Following hosted a debate in the European Parliament on how we can reduce the climate impact of our diets, Molly looks at the potential of reducing meat consumption by substituting it with protein crops.
Writing for Business Green, Molly argues that innovation can help us tackle #airpollution from log-burning stoves, but a more critical issue is the UK’s insatiable appetite for sending wood & waste up in smoke to generate electricity.
Molly has welcomed an urgent EU deadline for the UK to detail how it is to clean up its act on air pollution or face the European Court of Justice.
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 has welcomed a host of tough measures proposed to the European Parliament to reduce the impacts of transport on air pollution and its contribution to climate change.