World Soil Day History
World Soil Day seeks to promote an end to soil pollution and draw attention to issues affecting soil. Soil is needed for life, plant growth, and a filter system for surface water. According to the United Nations, soil pollution ultimately leads to poisoned food and water. Many soil pollutions come from human activities such as bad farming practices and industrial activities. Agenda 2030 is a goal-oriented effort by the UN that is in pursuit of eradicating soil pollution by 2030.
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