Like most beginners- your prose is very "fluffy" -unecessary wordiness that detracts from the points you're trying to make. Also be *very* careful of unproven assertions. My comments in brackets below, with a clean edit at the end.... Please don't take any of my comments personally - you asked for feedback, and I'm trying to pass on to you what my editors taught me 30 yrs ago ;-)
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[CUT Nowadays,] thanks to the continuous promotion [CUT ...of awareness exerted by] environmental organizations [WHO?] , its common knowledge [IT IS?] that many species on earth are [CUT constantly] under the threat of extinction, however, despite all the efforts the existence of endangered species[ENDANGERED SPECIES ARE A STATE-OF BEING] is still a problem very much in the present, which/this(not sure) leads us to question the genesis [JUST SAY 'SOURCE'] of the problem and why humans seem to [CUT have the tendency ] to disregard other animals and nature in general. [ THIS IS AN UNSUPPORTED ASSERTION - WHO, HOW MANY, ETC ARE DOING THAT? OTHERWISE, IT'S JUST YOUR OPINION, NOT A FACT]
[CUT From one perspective] you could say human beings are empathically challenged[WORDY-WRONG WORD] when it comes to understanding the animal’s point of view [THIS IS PROJECTION - THERE IS NO PROOF THAT LESSER-SPECIES HAVE A 'POINT OF VIEW'] , this is due to our species position in the food chain, because we happen to be on the top the feeling of having your life dependent on the actions of another species is unknown to us, consequentially we end up ignoring any possible repercussions[WORDY/W.W] our actions might have on other animals[[PARAGRAPH]] From another perspective, it’s possible that most people that[WW- WHO] live in [CUTurban locations, such as ] [URBAN LOCATIONS ARE CITIES] cities, have never even seen an animal aside from those common in households [WORDY]like cats, dogs and birds, since there’s no connection whatsoever between them and endangered species there’s no emotional urgency in addressing the problem.[WORDY - SEE RE-WRITE BELOW]
In conclusion, I believe that, [CUTeven though ] creating awareness has been successful so far, it might not be enough to help avoiding the extinction of anothe species and perhaps thinking of another way to approach the public with this issue is the best idea, [HERE WE GO OFF THE RAILS - YOU SHOULD HAVE INTRODUCED THE PROBLEM-SOLUTION STRUCTURE EARLIER IN THE PIECE - SEE RE-WRITE BELOW ] for example, promoting day trips or excursions to animal shelters in schools could help create more respect for other species in future generations of human beings.
NOTE 1 - Use your own organizations - I just pulled some from the telly ]
[NOTE 2 - I've introduced the question up-front - so now the reader is expecting your last paragraph ;-) ]
[NOTE 3 - I really think you could pad this out with more actual examples - a trip to an animal shelter might be good for kids - but they are not going to see endangered species at an animal shelter. A zoo or a managed habitat - maybe. But not a dog/cat shelter. . YOur conclusion needs some work ;-)
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Despite dire around-the-clock dire warnings from environmental organizations such as Green Peace, Save the Whales, and the World Wildlife Federation, "endangered species" of animals - with many facing complete extinction, remains a growing present-day problem. Why is this happening, and what can humans do to reverse the trend?
One perspective is because of our position near the top of the food chain, human beings tend not to care about lesser species. With the exception of the occasional "mauled by a bear" movie, most of us have never had to think about our survival being dependent on the actions of other animals. So, we ignore any possible repercussions of our actions on other species.
Another perspective: Since most humans live in urban areas, the only animals they're familiar with are domestic - dogs, cats, and the occasional bird. We have never seen and have no connection to endangered animal species, and therefore have no emotional urgency to address the problem.
In conclusion, even though organizations have been successful creating awareness, awareness alone is not enough to help avoid the extinction of another species. Perhaps the best idea is thinking of another way to approach the public. For example, promoting day trips or excursions to animal shelters for school children could help create more respect for other species among future generations of humans.
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