It is a well-known fact that having ecological balance and biodiversity is important in preserving and protecting wildlife. This can be done by developing and implementing positive wildlife protection policies. It is quite important to ensure the survival of animals and all wildlife essentially.
With the current situation heightened by climate change and thus global warming, the protection and preservation of wildlife becomes that more difficult; but more necessary. Man cannot live a productive and fruitful life on earth without a bio diverse environment.
It is necessary and imperative to safeguard the flora and fauna as a means of protecting human life. The challenge is that it is from people and their activities that these things are more in danger. Many species of animals and plants have become extinct and/or have become endangered.
For the wildlife to be protected, sustainable land use must be encouraged. Care must be taken in order to avoid or minimize the loss of habitat. The plan must also include the promotion of sustainable agriculture. This entails reducing the use of pesticides and other harmful chemicals. Rather the use of eco-friendly technologies in forestry and other industries should be embraced.
But the more complicated aspect of having sustainable land-use methods is that it also involves reducing the impact of human activities on wildlife populations. As human beings are complicated beings and have an insatiable need to grow economically and otherwise, stopping them from cutting down trees or killing animals either for game or otherwise is difficult. If human beings minimize their impact on the environment, it can help to reduce stress on wildlife populations and ensure their long-term survival which will promote and help human survival on earth.
The complications and complexities involved in doing this, require that it be studied and policies monitored to ensure that the implementation is done correctly. For instance it is important to know what animals and/or trees are endangered and work out ways of preserving them. It is only when there is research that policies to preserve wildlife can be developed. These plans and policies must look forward and prevent the bleak future that will surely ensue if wildlife is destroyed.
There can of course be legislations against certain activities deemed inimical to the wellbeing of animals and wildlife in general but awareness creation through sensitization is far more effective. Educating the public about the importance of wildlife conservation is crucial in creating a culture of responsible and sustainable behaviour.