Molly writes for politics.co.uk on why Greens have supported Wallonia’s stand against the CETA trade agreement and how ultimately it will be the European Parliament who can block this dangerous deal.
Poldark has revived an interest in the South West’s past and there are prospects of a revitalised mining industry in Cornwall. However, fracking must have no place in the region’s future, argues Molly; it’s time to positively embrace an energy transition.
Rather than protecting big business from the impact of Brexit, government should do more to support the low-carbon transition during this turbulent time, argues Molly or Business Green.
Molly has welcomed moves by the European Commission to tackle corporate tax avoidance but warns the UK is in danger of becoming one of the globe’s leading tax havens post-Brexit.
Molly has slammed Labour for voting for a ‘dash for gas’ in the European Parliament today, saying it opens the door to fracked gas from the US.
Molly writes for the Guardian on how grassroots movements are challenging the might of corporations over the TTIP and CETA trade deals but how Brexit risks the UK government signing up to even worse.
Molly condemns the planned Shale Wealth Fund as a cynical attempt by Government to sweeten the fracking pill and bribe households and communities.
Molly has criticised as ‘vacuous’ comments made by Defra secretary Andrea Leadsom about the future of food and farming.
The UKs Green MEPs have written to the Agricultural commissioner and EU ministers urging them to close a loophole that permits the use of pesticides on so called Ecological Focus Areas.
Molly writes for the Independent on how the end of the fossil fuel era can revolutionise the way we use finance for the public good.