Biodiversity or Biological diversity describes the range of living beings on earth. In short, it's represented the degree of variation of life. Biological diversity encompasses organism, plants, animals, and ecosystems like coral reefs, forests, rainforests, deserts etc. Biodiversity ensures natural sustainability for all life on the planet. Some drivers of biodiversity loss are localized, such as overexploitation. Others are global, like Climate change, while many operate at a variety of scales, like the native impacts of invasive species through global trade. Most of the responses assessed here were designed to address the direct drivers of Biodiversity loss. However, these drivers are higher seen as symptoms of the indirect drivers, such unsustainable patterns of consumption, demographic modification, and globalization. Focusing solely on values at just one level usually hinders responses that might promote values at all levels or reconcile conflicts between the levels. Effective responses operate across scales, addressing global values of biodiversity recognizing opportunity expenses or synergies with native values. Difficulties in estimating biodiversity have sophisticated assessments of the impact of response techniques. Developing higher indicators of biodiversity would enhance integration among strategies and instruments.