Before being elected as an MEP Molly worked as an economist, most recently in the post of Professor of Green Economics at Roehampton University. Molly believes many environmental and social problems have their origin in the way our economy is organised. As a Green economist she seeks to build an economy based around local production for the common good rather than global trade for profit.
Molly is a member of the Parliament’s Economic and Monetary Affairs Committee and has worked specifically on tax policy; she has also been a member of a special committee on tax (TAXE) and the Panama papers committee of inquiry (PANA) investigating money laundering, tax avoidance and tax evasion. In both committees Molly has been pushing for measures to tackle tax dodging by corporations and wealthy elites. More about Molly’s work on tax justice.
Greens welcome EU Parliament vote for Green Deal - 15 January 2020
Greens welcome beginning of the end of public funding for fossil investments - 15 November 2019
The last thing the government should do is throw a lifeline to Flybe - 15 January 2020
10 signs of hope in a dark world - 8 August 2019
Net Zero: Why wait until 2050? - 9 July 2019
Never Waste a Good Crisis: Using Brexit to reform the UK’s finance sector - 14 September 2018
Brexit and Trade: Moving from Globalisation to Self-Reliance - 28 March 2017
Devonport: From Trident jobs to green employment - 16 November 2016
Studies conducted by HMG on the impact of Brexit - 12 April 2017
European Central Bank: fossil fuel assets and investments - 18 December 2016
Business more of less as usual for bankers - 1 January 2016
Letter to Independent: Greek crisis - 1 July 2015
Letter to Guardian on EU from leading Green politicians - 21 May 2015