Cosmic Sister Zoe Helene, a multidisciplinary artist, global sustainability pro-activist and journeyer, is connecting visionaries and activists who share her commitment to the rights of women, wilderness and wildlife, and children, the stewards of tomorrow.
Zoe Helene is a Multidisciplinary Artist and Environmental Activist who is building a global network of sustainability trailblazers called Cosmic Sister. As Global Sustainability Correspondent, Zoe works tirelessly to help communicate messages of hope, conscious living, and informed pro-activism to a wide audience.
Zoe is outspoken and unyielding in her fight for the rights of dolphins, wild horses and wolves, which are threatened by aggressive and widespread anti-wolf extremism. “I can’t relate to the people who shoot wolves,” she writes on Reality Sandwich. She also writes passionately about saving the rainforests, oceans, the Arctic, and wilderness habitat in the United States for Huffington Post and other venues. She’s written about America’s remaining wild horses, “under aggressive attack and rapidly disappearing from government-managed, citizen-owned wilderness spaces” and the critically endangered Maui’s Dolphin, a sub-species of the Hector’s Dolphin and the only dolphin endemic to New Zealand, where Zoe spent her teenage years. Helene writes “about environmental devastation, most notably about the plight of New Zealand’s critically endangered Maui’s dolphin, of which a mere 55 survive,” Outside Magazine reported in January 2014.
Zoe travels to remote regions of the globe with her husband, ethnobotanist and Medicine Hunter Chris Kilham, to promote medicinal plants, environmental protection and cultural preservation and to bear witness to the state of women, wilderness and wildlife. She also produces medicinehunter.com, in part to support media professionals in communicating sustainable economic messages. She has worked with NBC Nightly News, CNN Health, Fox News Health, The Dr. Oz Show, OWN, Outside Magazine and many others.