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LOG IN Welcome! Log into your account Forgot your password? Recover your password Conserve Energy Future Solar Wind Geothermal Recycling Pollution Energy Articles What is Land Pollution? When we talk about air or water pollution, the reactions garnered are stronger. Policy Studies Organization (PSO) Summit, December 2011 ^ Johnson, Douglas; Lewis, Lawrence. Journal of Environmental Quality 26: 581-589. Other issues that we face include increased temperature, unseasonal weather activity, acid rains etc. Causes[edit]. They become home for rodents, mice etc which in turn transmit diseases. Reduce the use of pesticides and fertilizers in agricultural activities. A land degradation assessment and mapping method. This is considered to be an important topic of the 21st century due to the implications land degradation has upon agronomic productivity, the environment, and its effects on food security.[3] It is estimated that up to 40% of the world's agricultural land is seriously degraded.[4]. Land improvement Land reclamation Sustainable agriculture Environmental impact of irrigation Desertification Soil#Degradation Economics of Land Degradation Initiative . Agricultural activities: With growing human population, demand for food has increased considerably. Different types[edit]. Shifting ecological risk: increased vulnerability of the environment or people to destruction or crisis. Do Organic gardening and eat organic food that will be grown without the use of pesticides. Disrupting the harmony of the land, is disrupting their habitat. Land conversion, meaning the alteration or modification of the original properties of the land to make it use-worthy for a specific purpose is another major cause. Ambrose, T.J. As the land resource base becomes less productive, food security is compromised and competition for dwindling resources increases, the seeds of famine and potential conflict are sown. ^ Ian Sample (2007-08-31). 3. Lal; P.F. All Rights Reserved . He is running this site since 2009 and writes on various environmental and renewable energy related topics. Retrieved 2012-02-05.

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