Molly writes for Huffington Post on how corporations are preventing access to critical information needed to help decision makers work in the public interest.
The three UK Green MEPs, Molly, Jean and Keith write to Commissioner Mimica of DG Devco, stressing the importance of WASH programmes in the current EU development policy review. The letter highlights Goal 6 of the Sustainable Development Goals, adopted by the UN in September 2016: “to ensure access to water and sanitation for all.” … Read moreLetter to Neven Mimica on prioritising WASH in the current development policy review
Molly has written to the EU Commission asking them to investigate whether the Sellafield nuclear site is in breach of an EU directive.
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 has warned that fracking could be round the corner for parts of the South West.
Molly says the rebellion from several EU countries to the relicensing of glyphosate shows another Europe is possible.
Green MEPs have received test results confirming the presence of unsafe levels of the ‘probably carcinogenic’ weedkiller glyphosate in their urine.
Molly has written to the European Investment Bank (EIB) challenging it over its support for incineration projects, including the controversial St Dennis waste to energy facility in Cornwall.
Published on International Women’s Day, Molly uses this article on Huffington Post to launch a campaign at EU level for a Europe-wide VAT exemption on sanitary products.
A vote on fracking in the European Parliament this week shows Molly is the only MEP in the South West opposed to this dangerous industry.