Molly and Labour MEP Jude Kirton-Darling have called on MEPs to join them in voting against an EU trade deal with Brazil unless it includes protection for the Amazon.
A new analysis reveals leaving the EU could lead to a transfer of resources from the relatively deprived economy of the South West to more prosperous areas like London and the South East.
Molly writes for the Ecologist on what’s become known as a ‘carbon fiddle’. Tory ministers have agreed to “carry forward” past “overperformance” in greenhouse gas emissions reductions to increase emissions in future.
Molly responds in the Guardian to the chancellor Philip Hammond’s suggestion that we can’t afford to save ourselves or the planet.
Celebrating her success as the only surviving South West MEP from the last Parliament, Molly Scott Cato, will be attending Green Party conference in Scarborough between Friday 7th and Monday 10th June.
On World Environment Day Molly calls on the government to implement clear and firm action to tackle the climate emergency.