Molly has welcomed four regional food and drinks producers to Brussels to showcase their wonderful products!
Molly has launched the regional #GreenerIn campaign in Bristol.
As the EU referendum debate gathers pace, Molly will speak in Exeter on why she thinks the UK should remain part of the EU.
In a packed two-day visit to Bristol, Molly finds out how the city is addressing the refugee crisis, air pollution and plastic litter and finds sanctuary at a much-loved city farm.
Molly has reiterated her concerns about the ongoing storage of dangerous radioactive waste in the Devonport Dockyards at Plymouth.
Molly will be joined by Green Party leader Natalie Bennett on a visit to a Bristol Refugee Centre where they will reaffirm their commitment to making refugees welcome in the UK.
Green Party leader, Natalie Bennett, and South West Green MEP, Molly Scott Cato, have paid a trip to the Somerset Levels to find out how the area is building resilience against future floods.
Molly has launched a competition to find some favourite food products from the South West. Winners will get the opportunity to showcase their products in Brussels in the New Year.
Molly will tell a public meeting in Exeter this Friday that the city could be powered by 100% renewable energy, without the need for fossil fuels or nuclear.
Molly has visited two innovative projects during a constituency day in Dorset and Wiltshire.