Increasing awareness of the disappearance of certain species of animals means that the governments of individual countries introduce specific legal regulations aimed at eliminating harmful human activities, e.g. by prohibiting fishing or hunting certain species of animals. It is also important to create places where endangered species will have a chance for free existence and reproduction. National parks. Of key importance for the preservation of biodiversity is the activity of non-governmental and charitable organizations that work for the protection of animals, including through cooperation with government organizations, local communities and widely conducted educational campaigns. Having appropriate knowledge and awareness of the importance of preserving biodiversity makes every person feel responsible for changes in the climate and ecosystems that exist on earth. Activities for the benefit of the planet can be started at any time and no special preparation is required. It is worth limiting the consumption of water and electricity, starting segregating rubbish, giving up traveling by car when it is not necessary, and ensuring a responsible approach to consumption by not wasting food and making rational purchasing decisions.
The lack of biodiversity is one of the greatest threats to the proper functioning of life for all species of animals and plants on earth. In a situation where any species perishes, the stability of the ecosystem is upset. Every organism functioning on earth creates a specific network of connections with other species, and by extirpating even one species, the functioning of the entire system is disturbed.
The biggest reasons for the decline in biodiversity include the constantly progressing climate change (climate warming), the disappearance of natural habitats of some animal species and ecological corridors, increasing environmental pollution as well as excessive and overexploitation of living resources by humans (e.g. massive deforestation). for arable land). Man is often the main culprit behind biodiversity loss, and his actions, such as road construction, river regulation, and mass-scale industrial farming, directly contribute to reducing the gene pool of animal populations.