Writing for Business Green, Molly argues a 2050 target is not bold enough and that reaching carbon neutrality before that will be good not only for the environment but for jobs and welfare too.
Molly writes for Green World on the leaks of comments made by the British Ambassador to the US to pro-Brexit journalist Isabel Oakshott.
Molly writes for the Guardian on how a spat over VAT on solar batteries shows how Brussels-bashing is taking precedence over urgent social priorities.
Molly writes for the Ecologist on what’s become known as a ‘carbon fiddle’. Tory ministers have agreed to “carry forward” past “overperformance” in greenhouse gas emissions reductions to increase emissions in future.
Molly responds in the Guardian to the chancellor Philip Hammond’s suggestion that we can’t afford to save ourselves or the planet.
Molly writes for the Guardian on plans by Labour to delist from the London Stock Exchange UK companies failing to act to reduce carbon emissions. Perhaps Labour fail to notice the positive developments already happening in Europe.
Molly writes for Indy Voices on the diverse approaches to addressing climate change and why have their place and can help tackle the most important crisis of the 21st century.
An article written by Molly and her Green colleague Bas Eickhout MEP from the Netherlands making the case for a far stronger EU green investment framework.
Molly reflects on the decision by Honda, one of the region’s most important employers, to close their Swindon factory with the loss of 3,500 jobs.
Molly writes for Marlborough News on the latest CO2 emission figures for the UK, which show a steep decline since 1990.