A letter published in the Guardian, signed by Molly, argues that the debate about Europe should focus around what is best for people and the environment, not what makes life easier for big business.
Molly and Green MEPS have expressed delight at the outcome of a vote today in the European Parliament on conflict minerals.
Molly has described the negotiations around the TTIP trade deal as a ‘stitch up’ following her experiences in the Agricultural Committee of the European Parliament.
Molly has pushed for a series of Green amendments to TTIP, as the European Parliament considers its position on the controversial trade deal.
An article about the recent visit of over 150 campaigners to Brussels to protest against the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) trade deal between the US and EU.
As an MEP I’m party to the Transatlantic Trade deal’s inner workings. I’m sworn to secrecy, but this much I can say: TTIP is undemocratic, argues Molly in this piece for the Guardian.
As the next round of negotiations on the controversial TTIP trade deal begin in Brussels, a delegation of over 100 campaigners will meet up with England’s three Green MEPs this Wednesday.
England’s three Green MEPs, have written a letter highlighting the extreme suffering of EU animals exported to third countries in the Middle East, North Africa and Turkey and called for a ban.
Molly Scott Cato warns that not only is one of the region’s most famous foods under threat from TTIP, but also the quality of food, animal welfare standards and environmental regulations that go with it.
Molly and other Greens joined representatives of civil society from across Europe today to present EU Commission President Jean Claude Juncker with a very large 60th birthday present – a million strong petition against the controversial TTIP trade treaty.