Molly responds to constituents concerns over the threats to the environment and marine life caused by microplastics.
A focus on what the Greens and the EU are doing to tackle tax avoidance and a visit by German Greens to Bristol.
Molly sets out why she believes that a vote to remain in the EU provides the best chance at defeating this toxic trade deal.
Molly has written to the European Investment Bank (EIB) challenging it over its support for incineration projects, including the controversial St Dennis waste to energy facility in Cornwall.
Molly is part of a challenge to the European Commission to block Hinkley over French state financial support which is sure to breach state aid rules.
The European Parliament is to set up an inquiry into the Panama Papers which exposed wide scale tax avoidance by wealthy elites.
As the EU Commission launches proposals on public Country by Country Reporting (CBCR), Molly calls for Cameron and the government to come clean on tax avoidance.
Molly will join German and other European Greens for an exchange event in Bristol.
Molly responds to the Panama Papers which reveal huge levels of money laundering and tax evasion.