ExpertiseExtractive Industries and Multinational Corporations
Land rights, Environment & Climate Change
Women Human Rights Defenders
Dear President Biden, An Indigenous Perspective on Your Inauguration Movement Rights Jan 20, 2021
Mother Earth is Calling Us: A message from Casey Camp Horinek for 2021 Movement Rights You Tube, Dec. 2020
My tribe holds funerals for those killed by fossil fuels – it’s environmental genocide The Independent, Jan. 2, 2021
Casey Camp-Horinek is Environmental Ambassador, Elder and Hereditary Drumkeeper of the Ponca Tribe of Oklahoma. She leads Movement Rights Ponca and Indigenous Rights of Nature campaigns. She is a longtime activist, environmentalist, actress, and author. She has been at the forefront of grassroots community efforts to educate and empower both Native and non-Native community members on environmental and civil rights issues.
Casey is a Senior Advisor to Women’s Earth & Climate Action Network International (@WECAN_INTL) and a Board Member of Movement Rights (@MovementRights), lending her support to grassroots environmental organizations and activists around the world. She has been a prominent opponent of the Dakota and Keystone XL pipelines.
She began her advocacy efforts by taking up the cause of Native and human rights in the early 70s. Over the past 15 years, she has increasingly focused on global environmental justice, with a special emphasis on her Ponca people. Calling it the “toxic tour,” Casey has identified and diligently worked to remediate and bring attention to the corridor of toxic industry surrounding the historic lands of the Ponca people. Because of Casey’s work the Ponca Nation is the first Tribe in the State of Oklahoma to adopt the Rights of Nature Statute, and to pass a moratorium on Fracking on Tribal Lands.
Casey was also instrumental in the drafting, and adoption of the first ever International Indigenous Women’s Treaty protecting the Rights of Nature. Casey travels the globe bringing awareness and regularly speaking at the United Nations Forum on Indigenous Issues.