Molly points to the implications of the rescue package on efforts to tackle climate change as well as potential breaching EU state aid rules.
Rather than prop up failing airlines we need to invest in environmentally sustainable transport, argues Molly for the Guardian.
Molly says that in light of the accelerating climate emergency it is absurd to suggest that we should provide a further boost to the aviation industry.
Bristol is to gain inspiration from Amsterdam on how to revolutionise transport provision in the city at an event to be chaired by Molly.
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 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.
Molly is urging people to make a ‘flight-free 2020’ pledge, saying stopping flying, or cutting back considerably, is the ‘most important single thing we can do individually to protect our climate’.
As a consultation on Heathrow expansion is launched the UKs seven Green MEPs are backing a European petition demanding tax on aviation fuel.
Molly has called on the Planning Inspectorate to throw out Highways England plans for a two-lane carriageway and tunnel at Stonehenge in Wiltshire.
Molly responds to an announcement by the Department of Transport that four new daily return flights between Newquay and Heathrow are set to begin next April.