In this article for the New Statesman, Molly argues corporations should be taxed fairly and tax revenue invested according to democratically determined priorities.
Writing for the Independent, Molly explores the link between instability in the Middle East and an increasingly unstable climate. She suggests lessons leaned from the Paris climate negotiations may well be helpful to solving global conflicts.
Molly writes for New Statesman on the threats posed by TTIP, focusing on food and farming, and argues that Brexit would make trade deals even worse.
Molly argues that with agriculture accounting for one third of all emissions, COP21 must ensure farming and food production make a positive contribution to tackling climate change.
On the eve of critical climate change talks in Paris, Molly looks at the issue of climate finance and explores sources of public funding that will prevent us falling into the jaws of global finance.
On the anniversary of the LuxLeaks tax avoidance scandal Molly asks who the real villains are when it comes to tax dodging.
Molly argues that Osborne’s fascination with China and levering Chinese finance into major UK infrastructure projects represents a risky form of socialism.
Molly urges us not to forget the lessons of the Second World War in the face of today’s refugee crisis.
Molly argues victory for Jeremy Corbyn in the Labour leadership race could usher in a new German style Red-Green alliance, a prosperous green economy, and bring about long overdue electoral reform.
In this article for Business Green, Molly argues that businesses must look at their entire supply chain when considering their business ethics and sustainability.