Gansu Province is famous for its topography, climate and biodiversity. There is a large forest covered West Qinling Minshan Mountain Landscape in Gansu Province. The forest in this area is an important water conservation area and a part of the "biodiversity hotspot area" in South Central China. There are more than 60 natural reserves (NRS) in Gansu Province, which are of great significance to the threatened species such as giant panda, golden monkey and so on. However, due to infrastructure construction and unsustainable land management, the connectivity of forest covered landscape and the survival of key species are threatened, which is exacerbated by climate change. The long-term solution to strengthen the protection of local and global threatened species in Gansu Province by reducing the threat and mainstreaming the protected area system into the planning of the government and relevant departments is constrained by the following obstacles: the legal and institutional framework for effective protection of protected areas and global threatened species and their habitats is not sound, and the law enforcement is weak; institutional and personal management The capacity of PA and reducing the network threat in the West Qinling Minshan Mountain system is weak, and the knowledge management and monitoring and evaluation system for effective management and protection activities has not been established. The project will eliminate these obstacles through the key achievements of three components: 1) improve the legal and institutional framework of protected areas, key biodiversity areas (kbas) and global threatened species, and mainstream biodiversity protection in provincial planning; 2) strengthen the West Qinling Minshan Mountain system protected areas and ecological corridor network and reduce the threat; 3) improve data and knowledge management and monitoring And assessment to support biodiversity conservation.