From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
|Look up green cross in Wiktionary, the free dictionary.|
Green Cross may refer to:
- Green Cross of Florida Flag, a flag with a green cross on a white ground flown at Fort San Carlos on Amelia Island in Florida by Gregor MacGregor, a Scottish-born soldier of fortune, who seized the island in June of 1817. The flag played a part in an historical episode called the Amelia Island Affair.
- Green Cross Monterrey (Monterrey, Mexico), city-run emergency medical service, in most cases replaces the Mexican Red Cross.
- Green Cross (South Korea), a Korean pharmaceutical company
- Green Cross (Japan), a Japanese pharmaceutical company
- Green Cross, Inc. (formerly Gonzalo Laboratories), a Filipino company whose product Green Cross Alcohol is the flagship brand. Other brands under Green Cross are Lewis and Pearl Cologne, Zonrox Bleach and Del Fabric Softener
- Green Cross Code, a traffic safety education program in the United Kingdom
- Green Cross International, an environmental organization founded by Mikhail Gorbachev
- The Green Cross is the logo for the National Safety Council in the United States
- Green Cross flags are the industrial safety/health flags in Japan. They are not related to the Japanese pharmaceutical company
- The Green Cross Code Man was played by David Prowse
- Green Cross (chemical warfare), a group of World War I chemical warfare agents
- C.D. Green Cross (1916–1985), a Chilean football (soccer) club currently defunct
- Club Atlético Green Cross, an Ecuadorian football (soccer) club
- A common symbol used in the medical marijuana community
- Retail Pharmacies/Chemists in Europe and elsewhere may display a green cross
- Blue Cross (disambiguation)
- Bronze Cross (disambiguation)
- Gold Cross (disambiguation)
- Red Cross (disambiguation)
- Silver Cross (disambiguation)
- White Cross (disambiguation)
- Yellow cross (disambiguation)
|This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the title Green Cross.
If an internal link led you here, you may wish to change the link to point directly to the intended article.