Molly to host a round-table event involving experts from agriculture, diet and land-management.
Molly warns how Brexit would put pressure on the UK to diverge from EU standards as it attempts to strike trade deals with countries operating to lower standards.
Molly has called for urgent reforms to farming practices as agricultural experts demand major changes to the way the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) operates.
As the government considers extending the badger cull zones, Molly has demanded the policy be ended immediately.
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.
The South West is well placed to respond to the new Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report, msays Molly.
Molly highlights that ‘rolling over trade deals’ is wishful thinking and that subsequently a no deal Brexit would be disastrous for South West farmers.
Molly offered this speech to EU Commission president nominee Ursula von der Leyen, published on the Independent website.
A new report commissioned by Molly is calling for a transition to organic farming as a way for agriculture to play its part in reducing carbon emissions.