Dev Planning and Project Eva, International Economics

1. Species that have reached the extinction threshold and are on the verge of extinction – beluga whales, African elephants, mountain gorillas and the California condor might be classified as nonrenewable resources and once they disappear, there will be no regeneration. Does the market create appropriate incentives to ensure that extinction will not occur? If yes explain. If no, what can be done to ensure that extinction will not occur?
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