There are several reasons why animal species more face the risk of extinction than ever before. The first reason, it is the development of industrial sectors that exerts a negative influence on the environment and pose a threat to the existence of wildlife. Specifically, manufactories generate the significant amount of industrial emissions such as greenhouse gas, which is the culprit of global warming and ozone depletion. This in the long run would cause wildfires that destroy the habitat of wildlife, pushing them toward the verge of the extinction. The government should be mainly responsible for proposing solutions to environmental problems. Policy maker should impose strict laws regarding elimination of industrial emissions. To be more specific, companies that have a tendency to release an excess amount of industrial emissions would face pecuniary penalties. With the state’s action, this issue is addressed.