Molly becomes Green chancellor for the day and delves into her green box to reveal how a Green budget would be so very different to a Blue one.
Molly writes for the Guardian about the environmental and financial risks that the alleged discovery of massive oil reserves in South East England represent.
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.
Molly argues that opponents of the Green Party are using figures dressed up as irrefutable truths to try and discredit a Party whose principle intention is to create a fairer and more equal society.
The Joy of Tax: Tax may not sound sexy, but it is the price we pay for being part of a civilised society, argues Molly Scott Cato
An article written jointly with Keith Taylor in which both MEPs defend two important but threatened EU packages on ‘clean air’ and the ‘circular economy (waste)’.
Whether you choose the religious terminology of sin or the secular language of social harm, it is clear that banks have not been helping the poor but have focused on the wealthy few.
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.
Published 7th October 2014
Molly’s plea to the 28-strong outgoing European Commission over Hinkley, a decision with far-reaching consequences, both for the integrity of decision making in Europe and for European energy policy for anything up to the next 50 years.