Molly has renewed her call for the UK to abandon its nuclear power programme in the wake of a new report on the status of the global nuclear industry.
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.
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.
Call for removal of badges of ExxonMobil lobbyists comes as company refuse to attend public hearing investigating their role in climate denial.
Molly calls for oil drilling off the Dorset coast to be ditched and a large offshore wind farm to be resurrected as government plan to generate 30% of UK electricity from offshore wind by 2030.
Molly has added her voice to those opposing the siting of an oil rig off the coast of Bournemouth and called for a renewable energy revolution.
As construction of a new nuclear reactor in Wales is suspended, Molly calls for the project to be abandoned and a new energy policy based on renewables.
Molly has accused the government of betraying the South West after it announced plans to scrap paying householders for generating solar electricity under the feed-in tariff.
As delegates meet for the COP climate talks in Poland, Molly repeats a call for the South West to become a beacon to the world on how to tackle climate change.
Molly has responded to the launch today of the European Commission’s Climate Strategy which seeks to create a climate neutral economy by 2050.