Nuclear is not the answer to the climate emergency says Molly. It is too slow, far too expensive and can only be supported by subsidy.
Molly is one of a group of Green MEPs who have written to the President of the European Investment Bank (EIB) demanding it shifts lending towards green energy and energy efficiency.
Molly responds to threats from the US Trade Department that it may retaliate for the imposition of a tax on big technology companies in France.
Writing for Business Green, Molly argues a 2050 target is not bold enough and that reaching carbon neutrality before that will be good not only for the environment but for jobs and welfare too.
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 responds in the Guardian to the chancellor Philip Hammond’s suggestion that we can’t afford to save ourselves or the planet.
Molly writes for the Guardian on plans by Labour to delist from the London Stock Exchange UK companies failing to act to reduce carbon emissions. Perhaps Labour fail to notice the positive developments already happening in Europe.
Molly has said that climate change will be at the core of all Green policy in the next European Parliament.
Molly has accused the government of turning its back on the region as European funding comes to an end with no sign of any replacement.
A new report from Greens concludes countries are creating special tax regimes to attract wealthy financiers and property tycoons away from Britain post-Brexit.