Soil pollution

This animation demonstrates the main sources of soil pollution.

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Keywords

soil pollution, soil, erosion, planting trees, environmental pollution, waste management, environmental protection, climate change, human activity, afforestation, deforestation, rubbish dump, settlements, agriculture, waste, composting, nuclear waste, sustainable development, radioactivity, animal husbandry, geography, plastic, chemical, transportation, industry, environment, society, nature

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