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Green Oklahoma’s Best of 2015

Happy Earth Day! Today we celebrate the earth and work to encourage good environmental stewardship. We also want to celebrate some of the great local businesses that are helping Oklahoma go green. This is the three year of Green Oklahoma’s Reader’s Choice Awards and the response was better than ever. Oklahomans are proud of the wonderful […]

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Despite Spring Storms, Oklahoma Drought Continues

Despite Spring Storms, Oklahoma Drought Continues

Oklahoma has experience some spring storms lately but it hasn’t been enough to pull the state out of the drought. Drought conditions have actually worsened slightly for the state. Thankfully we are doing better than a year ago but not by much. Wheat crops are starting to green up and they will require rain over […]

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Earth Day 2015 in Oklahoma

Earth Day is April 22nd and all month there are great eco-friendly events going on around the state to celebrate. Here are some of the fun events going on around Oklahoma. Green Week at OU OU has green events all this week, April 13th-17th. Click here for more information. Household Hazardous Waste Collection Dispose of […]

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Best of 2015- Voting

Voting is now closed! Be sure to check out the winners. Here are the Best of 2015 nominations. Thanks to everyone who nominated their favorite local, green businesses, organizations and blogs! Don’t forget to vote! Voting is open until April 21st. Winners will be announced on Earth Day, April 22nd. Retail Stores: Green Bambino SHOP […]

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Bloomberg, Sierra Club Partnership Aims to Close Half of U.S. Coal Plants by 2017

The Sierra Club announced this week that Bloomberg Philanthropies will be investing $30 million over three years to the Beyond Coal Campaign. This new round of funding builds on the foundation’s previous commitment of $50 million. Bloomberg will also lead a coalition of funders, which aims to match up to $30 million in grants. With […]

Green Oklahoma's Best of 2015

Best of 2015- Nominations

It’s time for the third annual Green Oklahoma’s Reader’s Choice Awards. What are your favorite green businesses, organizations and blogs? We want to know! Nominations are open now through April 12th. We are taking nominations for the following categories. Retail Stores Restaurants Bakeries Natural Farm Natural Grocery Store Green Organization Green Service Green Blog (not including […]

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USGS Says Earthquake Increase is Not From Natural Causes

Oklahoma has been seeing a sharp increase in earthquake activity. In 2014, Oklahoma beat out California, for the most earthquakes of magnitude 3 or greater, with 562 quakes compared to 180 in California. This increase has Oklahoman’s wanting answers on the cause. In September of last year, Gov. Fallin created a seismic activity council to do […]