Writing for Business Green, Molly argues that the UK must stay inside the single market if we want to deliver a truly green economy.
The UK’s Green MEPs are urging the government to ensure that post-Brexit agricultural support is used to encourage a transition away from environmentally destructive intensive agri-business.
Molly is warning that a trade deal being negotiated between Canada and the EU poses a serious threat to South West food producers.
Molly has thrown her full support behind a Bristol based campaign to end the use of plastic cotton bud sticks.
Writing for the Independent, Molly explains why she believes the forced removal of MPs and peers from the Houses of Parliament for refurbishment work is an ideal opportunity to update our anachronistic democratic structures.
Molly has written to the EU Commission asking them to investigate whether the Sellafield nuclear site is in breach of an EU directive.
Green MEPs have demanded that refugees in Northern France be treated with dignity and in accordance with international law.
Molly is one of a group of MEPs who have signed a letter urging the EU to speak out against threats to democracy in Brazil.
Molly has called for an end to the use of antibiotics as a routine preventive measure for food-producing animals in the wake of new evidence of drug resistance.
Molly and Green colleague, Rupert Read, argue for change to our archaic and unrepresentative electoral system and how a ‘progressive alliance’ could help bring this about.