WHAT: COP16 Live video and audio stream and daily 1 hour video/radio show

WHO: Indigenous Environmental Network (IEN), in collaboration with Global Justice Ecology Project, Abya Yala Nexus and Earth Cycles
WHERE: RedRoadCancun.com
WHEN: Monday, Nov 29 to Friday, Dec. 10, 2010. Daily shows air noon to 1pm CST, Monday through Friday, and will be rebroadcast at 5pm.
The Indigenous Environmental Network (IEN), in collaboration with Global Justice Ecology Project, Abya Yala Nexus and Earth Cycles, will be producing a continual live audio and video stream (in English) from Cancun at next week's COP16 summit on Climate Change.
IEN's media team will be gathering actualities from inside and outside of the COP16 meetings and side events, and will be producing a daily 1 hour video/radio program that mixes these actualities with live interviews, hosted by Casey Camp Horinek and Dallas Goldtooth.
The video show will be live streamed on RedRoadCancun.com – Monday through Friday – at noon and will be rebroadcast at 5pm. The radio show will be available for download by 2pm CST Monday through Friday.
Biography of the hosts:
Casey Camp-Horinek (Ponca) is a long-time Native rights activist, environmentalist, and actress. As traditional Drumkeeper for the Ponca Pa-tha-ta, Woman’s Scalp Dance Society, Camp-Horinek helps maintain the cultural identity of the Ponca Nation of Oklahoma for herself, her family, and her community. 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. In April of 2008 Camp-Horinek, as a delegate of the Indigenous Environmental Network (IEN), was chosen to speak to the United Nations Permanent Forum on indigenous Issues and present IEN’s global platform regarding the environment and Native rights.
Dallas Goldtooth (Mdewakanton Dakota and Dińe) is a cultural/language teacher and community health organizer within the Dakota Indian communities of Minnesota. He works for Dakota Wicohan, a language immersion non-profit, developing Dakota culture and language curriculum. He is also a  youth worker, activist, poet, traditional artist, powwow emcee, and comedian.