4th Annual Seattle Conference

Every year, we address several aspects of the Bioeconomy, including biofuel, biotechnology, and green chemistry. The impact of biofuels on greenhouse gases is subject to debate.

Yet another presentation

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A2 Prasar Manch

It is a forum not registered under any act. It all operates in Indian territory for improving human health through live stock (cattle)

Our Mission

Improving the human health with Best organic A2 raw milk & agro products. India should be totally free from hazards of Chemical farming and A1 milk. The consumption of A2 raw milk (Non Patstuerised) and milk product per capita should increase Dogmas related to milk eg. Milk is a poison, and cholesterol be rectified. Cholesterol myth will be exposed Consumption and manufacture of raw certified milk will be encouraged. Improve the pedigree of bulls used for natural and artificial insemination of cows and heifers by performing vasectomies of the non-discreet bulls which will result in creation of Teaser bull. Organising A2 cow(Bharatiya breeds)literacy camps for Gopalaks (cow- owners) and farmers. To generate awareness related to adulteration of milk To preserve and conserve Goacher Bhoomi/Gairan/Common farm To organize urban milk consumers for production of milk on cooperative basis.

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Core Activities

To arrange meeting in primary , secondary schools. Bring together Milk producers and Milk consumers for healthy dialogue for Milk production. To introduce all literature soft and hard in Indian languages. Coordination between similar organization viz. Arya Samaj, ISKON, Art of living, Pathmedha Goshala, Keshvshrustri, Medical Colleges, Veterinary Institutes under one roof. Holding meetings with Senior Citizen Clubs to meet above objectives.

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