Molly writes for Green World on the decision of the Austrian Greens to enter into a governing coalition agreement with the right-wing Austrian People’s Party and what this says about the tough choices presented by proportional electoral systems.
Rather than prop up failing airlines we need to invest in environmentally sustainable transport, argues Molly for the Guardian.
Writing for Left Foot Forward, Molly suggests all Labour leadership candidates must embrace electoral reform and cooperative working if the party is ever to have a chance of taking back control from the Tories.
Molly writes for The Ecologist, reflecting on the new Environment Bill and how it fails to guarantee a ‘level playing field’ with the EU or offer us equal protection.
Molly writes for The UK in a Changing Europe about the ‘commissioner confirmation hearings’ which demonstrates that far from being faceless unaccountable bureaucrats, potential EU commissioners must satisfy MEPs that they are up to the task.
Following allegations by Phillip Hammond and Boris Johnson’s sister that Tory-backing ‘speculators’ stand to profit from a crash out Brexit, Molly writes for Green World on who will be banking on No Deal.
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 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.
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.
Molly offered this speech to EU Commission president nominee Ursula von der Leyen, published on the Independent website.