The ecosystem in our world is stabilized by food chains that involve both animals and natural resources. Carnivores keep the number of their prey's population down, trees and rivers provide homes and food. The ecosystem is something humanity lives in as well. Changes in it can causes changes in the number of pests (rats, flies, etc.) as well as other factors. So yes, the government should protect endangered animals and natural resources.
This is the most non-issue issue in the world right now. People act like we're outside the realm of nature and we'd only be protecting polar bears and penguins by legislating environmental protects us. The destruction we've wreaked on our environment has already affected us in numerous ways, and it will become more and more obvious as time passes.
Yes, I believe that more governments should pass more legislation protecting endangered animals and natural resources because human beings need to realize that we are destroying the earth and ensure that beautiful creatures and wildlife are still around for the next generation. Climate change, deforestation and poaching are major issues that governments need to address and fix.
The government should pass more legislation to protect endangered animals and natural resources because currently we are being unfair to the environment and are going to lose it. Protecting natural resources is important going forward if we want future generations to prosper and succeed. Taking care of nature should be a top priority.