Molly writes for the i paper explaining why despite the regular treks between her South West constituency and Brussels and Strasbourg, she uses trains, ferries and land-based options.
Molly is set to visit Bristol as part of a ‘Green New Deal tour’ of the South West region beginning in September.
Molly responds to the ‘unprecedented and anti-democratic’ move by the government.
Green MEPs have written to leading supermarkets asking them to carry out an audit of their supply chains to identify products on their shelves that have come from the Brazilian Amazon.
Molly writes for Stroud News and Journal, responding to an IPCC report that concludes the way land is currently managed is ‘catastrophic’ for the climate. She presents a green vision for farming and explains how Brexit stands in the way of this.
Molly has called for immediate action from politicians and consumers against the Bolsonaro regime as fires rage in the Amazon.
The South West is well placed to respond to the new Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report, msays Molly.
Molly says the decision by the UK to pull out of the Interrail scheme will deny young people the opportunity to visit the South West and have a damaging effect on tourism.
While it is easy to despair at the state of the world, Molly writes for Green World, highlighting ten examples of people, organisations and governments treading a path towards a more just, peaceful and sustainable planet.