2. Project title as used in publicity and others materialsThe Future We Want
3. Project number338-500
4. Year of Call2013/14
5. Project start month and year12/2014
6. Project finish month and year12/2017
7. Name and location of lead CSO or LA
la: Climate Alliance

8. Name and country of project partners based in the EU










9. Total project budget (in Euro):2,846,704.82
10. EC contribution to total project budget (percent):85
11. Main approach of the projectfocussing on a campaigning and advocacy approach
12.Main project on-line information channels used by the project: Website: www.overdeveloped.eu
Facebook: www.facebook.com/eyd2015
Twitter: www.twitter.com/climatalliance
Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/ClimateAllianceorg
13. Project background: Why is the project taking place? Why is the need form the project?The availability and accessibility of resources is crucial for sustainable development. A sustainable future for all will only be possible if we reconcile social justice, the ecological boundaries of the earth and economic development. The project gives a deeper understanding of global interdependencies by calling into question European overconsumption of natural resources. Bringing together indigenous peoples and local authorities is crucial to question current development paradigms.
14. Overall objective of the project (as shown in the project log-frame)LA have an improved understanding of the importance of political support of international development commitments and include their citizens in a post-2015 process; contribute to poverty eradication; contribute to a behaviour change
15. Specific objectives of the project (as shown in the project log-frame)Enhance and mobilize greater political support of European LA and their citizens to the post-2015 development agenda during the EYD2015 period.
16. Expected results of the project (as shown in the project log-frame)European target groups are informed, sensitized and actively engaged in the goals of the EYD2015; Political representatives on local, national and European levels have improved information and are sensitized about the importance of sustainable management;
17. Main themes and geographical areas addressed by the projectagriculture,forestry
cities/urban environment
ecology, biodiversity, natural environment
education, lifelong learning
global citizenship
sustainable development
Latin America and Caribbean
18. Project participants, audiences, target groups, beneficiaries. Please select all that apply and for each state the numbers actively engaged in the project to dateb) Pupils/Students from primary, secondary and tertiary levels
c) Formal education institutions (schools, universities, etc.)
f) Non-formal education institutions (e.g. youth clubs, community centres)
m) Other Civil Society Organisations (targeted by the project)
n) Local Authorities (targeted by the project)
o) Local decision makers
p) National and international decision makers (e.g. MPs, MEPs, members of government, civil servants, EC commissioners)
19. Other beneficiaries not listed above
20. Main activities used by the project to engage its participants, audience and target grouptraining, project or curriculum development workshop/courses (one-off events lasting up to 1 day)
series of workshops/courses (involving the same individuals over several, not necessarily consecutive, days)
public meetings/public discussion fora
exhibitions and fairs
lobbying actions
21. Other major activities not listed abovecampaign
22. Please give a short description of the major result or success of the project so far. (If you project is less than 1 year old feel free to ignore this question)To contribute to the EYD2015 and to make it more visible and participatory for citizens all over Europe, the project consortium developed a campaign “A good life is simple”. The campaign is calling upon European citizens and show, that a lot of things have spiraled out of control in „overdeveloped“ Europe. We call upon people to join the dialogue, get involved and reflect on global sustainability targets.All posters are available in 12 languages: Croatian, Czech, Dutch, English, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Italian, Luxembourgian, Portuguese, Romanian and Spanish. The outcome of the three delegation tours of indigenous ambassadors are three interrelated brochures, which highlight the importance of global partnerships, point out common challenges of indigenous peoples and European municipalities and ask for political cohrence on the European, national and local level.