Oddly, though, very few actions have been taken
by people to stem this tide.
Clearly, the most serious problem problems of
endangered species extinction are often feltoften happened in rural areas.
On the other hand, they aspire to things like shark fins, ivories.
In addition, many endangered species seriously serve no useful purpose to human beings, thus some people simply do not believe we need to protect them.
In fact, many endangered species serve no practical purpose to human beings, thus we simply don't feel the need to protect them.
Perhaps the most effective method
of doing this would be for the government to provide financial incentives to rural dwellers, who willingly sacrifice certain farmlands and converting them to suitable habitats for plants and animals.
Perhaps the most effective way would be for the government to provide incentives for the hunters and farmers, encouraging them to stop damaging the environment and turn back the habitats to those animals and plants.
Admittedly, such incentives would probably
not fullyfail to compensate farmers for the lose income. However, this would at least soften the hardship of living in a shrunken land resources. One further measure would be to promote educational campaigns warning people about the seriousness of the reducing biological diversity.
I think that the word"campaign" is used in political context.
You could say: One further measure would be to educate people about the seriousness of the reducing biological diversity.
In reality, of course, the challenges that presented in saving endangered species are numerous and complex. Although they are by no means insurmountable, it is highly unlikely that they will be reserved in the foreseeable future.
This paragraph is little confusing. I thought that "they" means "challenges", so you are saying that those challenges will unlikely be reserved?? Or you want to say that the species will be reserved?
Overall, I feel that you didn't mention that why have people done so little about protecting endangered species
as requested in the topic. Also, your point about extinction is limited in "land problems"(like deforestation). But about extinction, I'm sure that there are another aspects. Maybe you could say more about that.
Hope this help:)