The not for profit, volunteer run, Community
Radio Station from Dorchester, covering Central-Southern Dorset

The not for profit, volunteer run, Community
Radio Station from Dorchester, covering Central-Southern Dorset

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Tolpuddle Martyrs Plaque
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Salisbury Fields
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Poundbury Fountain
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UPDATED: Reporting from Dorset COP – the Conference of the Parties

Dorset COP is the first ever community-led, county based COP (Conference of Parties) conference. Organised by three of Dorset’s Climate Action Groups, the conference aimed to galvanise the local community into urgent action regarding the climate and ecological crises. Our reporter Rob Mott attended the event and spoke to some of the organisations represented at the conference as well as one of the keynote speakers, Olympic sailor and Portland resident Laura Baldwin. You can listen to the interviews by selecting a track from the list below, or just click the ‘Play’ button for a continuous playback.

Note, track 8, an interview with Giles Watts, was recorded in the KeeP 106 studio and previewed the event.

To read Dorset COP’s press release about the event see: Inaugural Community-led Dorset COP Spurs Community into Action Against Climate Change

You can find out more here: dorsetcop.info

COP 2023 - Henrietta Love

COP 2023 – Henrietta Love. Photo credit, Rob Mott