Up the Yangtze

Green Oxford, OCAC, and Interfaith Climate Change Working Group of Oxford presents “Up the Yangtze” Come see a film by Yung Chang. It is about those affected by the building of the Three Gorges Dam in Hubei, China, which caused tremendous flooding in the nearby area affecting both humans and the environment.

Event will be held at the Oxford Community Arts Center at 7pm this Wednesday.

Miami Goes Meatless

All throughout November, the Miami Traditions line (in Martin, Alexander, Harris & Erikson) will offer a vegetarian option during Monday dinners. If students chose this option, they will be entered in to a drawing for awesome prizes such as Chipotle coupons, Moon Co-op gift cards, and bracelets from Green Door!

Choosing a meatless entree once a week has a huge impact both on your own health and on the environment! Support our growing campaign by tweeting #miamigoesmeatless & liking our facebook page: facebook.com/miamigoesmeatless



Green Game 2/2/13!

Green Oxfordians, don’t forget that tomorrow (February 2) is the Green Game and Social! Green Oxford will be attending the MIami University Hockey game at 7 (members should show up by 5:45) and cheering on the Red Hawks. Afterwards, we will be having the first social gathering of the semester at 216 W Church Street (Sam and Raleigh’s place). If you can’t make the game, still feel free to come out to the social (starting around 9:30). See you there!

Take Back the Tap Friday 11/2/12

This Friday from 11-2 Green Oxford’s working group Take Back the Tap¬†will be facilitating a taste test in the Farmer School of Business. Test takers will compare the tastes of bottled water to tap water, to determine whether or not bottled water is actually worth the cost. All are welcome to attend and participate in the test. It will only take a moment.

Oceana’s Photo Petition Drive

The following event will be held Monday, October 22, from 10 to 4 at the Hub:

Green Oxford will be hosting Oceana’s Photo Petition Drive in an effort to raise awareness and increase support for offshore wind energy. Stop by and get your photo taken with a sign that says:
“Ban offshore drilling, bring offshore wind!”

The petitions will then be sent to Oceana, the largest international nonprofit solely dedicated to wind energy. The petitions will eventually be sent to Congress in an effort to show the growing support for replacing offshore drilling with offshore wind turbines.

Stop by to show support for clean, renewable energy!!