Molly slams plans by the government to ditch EU legal commitments on ending overfishing by 2020.
The EU has agreed tough new measures on single-use plastics.
The European Parliament today voted to ban a whole range of plastic products which are polluting land, rivers and seas.
Molly responds to a court ruling that EDF was ‘not accurate’ about its Environmental Impact Assessment.
Molly has responded to Michael Gove’s plan to ban plastic straws, but claiming that EU law could block him doing so ahead of Brexit.
Molly writes for the European Interest website on the controversial pulse fishing technique and argues for transnational cooperation to manage our fisheries and the seas that are not contained by national borders.
Molly has welcomed the fact that a majority of MEPs have voted for a ban on the controversial pulse fishing technique.
Molly has said there must be no further expansion of pulse fishing in the EU – a method used to flush out fish and force them into nets with electric pulses.
Molly calls for the urgent phasing out of all unnecessary single use plastic and demands the European Commission play a leading role in tackling a problem that is choking our oceans.
(Article from Making Tracks, Spring 2017) Microplastics – tiny plastic beads, granules, fibres and fragments less than 5mm in diameter – are saturating our oceans and having a severe impact on marine life. The government recently consulted on banning microbeads – one form of micro plastic – from cosmetics and personal care products. Molly, whose … Read more Microplastics – a sea of waste