Land pollution is any type of destruction of the Earth's land. It can either occur naturally or as a result of human activities, such as industrial development, agricultural development, coal mining, deforestation and overcrowded landfills.
Land pollution is sometimes caused by natural occurrences, such as volcanic eruptions, hurricanes, and tornadoes. Ecosystems supported in polluted habitats can suffer severe damage. Pollution can even cause climate patterns to change. Soil and air pollution can cause animal and plant life to become endangered or extinct. To combat land pollution, it's essential to produce less waste, recycle, buy biodegradable products and reduce the use of pesticides and fertilizers.