1. Enhance functional connectivity – to increase functional connectivity through securing and restoring critical habitat and landscape features as corridors.

2. Reduce human-wildlife conflict and build tolerance for carnivores – to address the direct threats to carnivores, namely human-wildlife conflict, poaching, and build local knowledge to allow co-existence of humans and large carnivores.

3. Promote long-term planning and action for bear and wolf conservation – to promote integrated conservation of the landscape through improving the information base; enhancing capacity of responsible agencies; harmonising forestry and hunting strategies with, and developing Regional Species Action Plans.

4. Engage stakeholders in the long-term conservation of bear and wolf – to enhance the awareness and support of local stakeholders for the conservation of bear & wolf.