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Bring awareness to the environmental crisis facing India, and its economic and social  impact on rural and farming communities

Promote and support solutions to rural hunger and poverty in India via sustainable organic farming and biodiversity conservation and to protect and preserve indigenous knowledge.

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Capitalism is an economic and political system in which a country’s industry and trade are controlled by private owners rather than the state.

Aliases (separate with |): Capitalism

• The process of forming a cell culture starting from a single, self multiplying cell. • The culture thus contains cells with identical characteristics • Each of these cells can then be used to mass propagate new plants through tissue culture

Aliases (separate with |): CLONING

Colonisation is the process of a dominant ideology imposing economic, political and social values on other societies through the exploitation of human and natural resources.

Aliases (separate with |): Colonisation

Cross-pollination occurs when pollen from one plant is mixed with the pollen of a similar plant, in order to create a new plant. It happens in nature, and can also be done by people. Cross-pollination can occur between genetically modified organisms and non-GMOs, which can be dangerous because we do not know the long-term effects of this process.

Aliases (separate with |): Cross-pollinate

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