Tibetan Volunteers for Animals

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Tibetan Volunteers for Animals or TVA is an environmental group in parts of India and Tibet which aim to improve the quality and treatment of wild animals such as the yak in Tibet by encouraging local people to become vegetarian or to restrict their intake of meat.

The group has been involved in various information campaigns since 2000.[1]

Some issues of TVA's magazine Semchen, in Tibetan and English, highlight the Buddha's teachings about living meat-free.[2]

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  1. ^ Zangmo, Chonyid (May 23, 2005). "Tibetan Volunteers for Animals: Campaign in Nepal", Phayul.com. Retrieved July 30, 2010.
  2. ^ Caroline Martin, TVA Brings Vegetarianism to Buddhism's Birthplace, December 30, 2006

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