Land rehabilitation

Land rehabilitation,

Definition of Land rehabilitation:

  1. The process of restoring an area of land back to its original state following a disruption or damage to it. This process entails the removal of toxins and other dangerous substances, the removal of other structures, and improvement of the soil. This process is typically used for rectifying issues that have been caused by processes such as drilling for oil, coal mining, and other activities, as well as for improving land following a natural disaster.

  2. Although land rehabilitation is most often used to rectify problems caused by man-made processes such as mining, drilling, construction, farming and forestry it is also used to restore damage caused by pollution, deforestation, salination, and natural disasters such as earthquakes, fires and flooding. Climate change also contributes to land rehabilitation concerns.

  3. Land Rehabilitation is the process of attempting to restore an area of land back to its natural state after it has been damaged or degraded, making it safe for wildlife and flora as well as humans.

Meaning of Land rehabilitation & Land rehabilitation Definition