Green Star

Green star may refer to:

  • One of the Esperanto symbols, the green star, or verda stelo
  • Green Star (Australia), an environmental rating system for buildings in Australia
  • Sto-Oa, a fictional star that lies at the center of the DC Comics universe
  • Greenstar, an Irish waste management company
  • Green Star Series, a set of five science fiction novels written by Lin Carter

Other articles related to "star, green, green star":

The Thing In The Crypt - Miscellaneous
... Moon of Zembabwei" "The Road of the Eagles" "Shadows in the Dark" "Shadows in the Skull" "The Star of Khorala" " The Thing in the Crypt " "The Witch of the Mists" Non-Howard novels Conan and the Amazon Conan ... Green John C ... Magic" (1940) The Castle of Iron (1941/50) "The Wall of Serpents" (1953) "The Green Magician" (1954) "Sir Harold and the Gnome King" (1990) "Sir Harold of Zodanga" (1995) Additions by ...
As The Green Star Rises
... As the Green Star Rises (1975) is the fourth, and penultimate, novel of Lin Carter's Green Star series, continuing from By the Light of the Green Star ...
Council House 2 - Green Star Rating
... Green Star rates the environmental performance of a building based, in this case, on its design ... It is administrated by the Green Building Council of Australia (GBCA) ... Green Star is a public method of demonstrating commitment to environmentally responsible building ...
The Wizard Of Lemuria - Setting
... Collections Callisto Volume 1 (2000) The Green Star Saga Novels Under the Green Star (1972) When the Green Star Calls (1973) By the Light of the Green Star (1974) As the Green Star Rises (1975) In ... of Oz (2004) Other speculative fiction Novels The Star Magicians (1966) Destination Saturn (1967) Tower at the Edge of Time (1968) Lost World of Time (1969) Tower of the Medusa (1969) The Black Star (1973) Time ...

Famous quotes containing the words star and/or green:

    In Washington, the first thing people tell you is what their job is. In Los Angeles you learn their star sign. In Houston you’re told how rich they are. And in New York they tell you what their rent is.
    Simon Hoggart (b. 1946)

    I’ll dance above your green, green grave
    Where you do lie beneath.”
    Unknown. The Brown Girl (l. 59–60)