Climate change, its impacts and fracking dominate this e-news but also featured are the use of antibiotics in farming, tax avoidance and arms sales.
The European Parliament today voted in favour of several Green-backed proposals on tackling tax avoidance in Europe.
Molly has blasted the government for voting through controversial proposals to allow fracking under National Parks and other protected areas.
Molly warns the European Parliament that Cameron’s renegotiation agenda risks bargaining away citizens’ rights and creating a race to the bottom on environmental protection and health standards.
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.
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 welcomed the Paris Agreement on climate change, agreed by almost 200 countries.
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 has slammed the UK government for defending the City and refusing to back a Financial Transaction Tax.
Molly has welcomed a new report calling for the use of antibiotics in agriculture to be cut back or even, in critical cases, banned.