A letter to Mario Draghi, President of the European Central Bank, asking for the bank to exclude and divest from carbon-intensive assets to help tackle climate change.
Molly says we will all have to endure a testosterone-fuelled contest between the two largest groups in the European Parliament.
Molly has welcomed news that Greenpeace Energy, a green energy supplier in Germany, is taking renewed legal action against Hinkley through the European Court of Justice.
Molly writes for the Guardian on how the victory of a former Green Party leader as president of Austria over his far-right rival is cause for hope.
Whilst the idea of ‘associate citizenship’ of the EU is appealing to many people, Molly has concerns over citizenship being something that can be purchased without any corresponding responsibilities.
The parent company of fashion giant Zara is the latest corporation to be exposed for avoiding corporate tax promting calls for Green measures to tackle tax dodging.
Molly has demanded that Great Western Railway bosses face the public over cancellations, delays and overcrowding on trains in the South West.
As a company threatens to frack for gas in Somerset within two years, Molly throws down challenge to Conservatives and Labour.
Greens have secured the support of the European Parliament for a report on declarations of interests of European Commissioners.
The European Commission’s new proposals on future energy policy fall well short of what is needed to tackle climate change, say Greens.