We all have professional and family goals and, like many people in our fast-paced world, have little time to engage in environmental or social initiatives.
But it can not be that environmental problems are becoming more and more urgent, while we feel we have less and less time to take care of them. Therefore, all of us are united by the will not to surrender to powerlessness over the aberrations of our time, but to make a small contribution.
Our initiative is currently based on the commitment of various supporters from a wide variety of professional fields, who bring their different sub-competencies into our campaign.
Phillip Maiwald studied arts, is a picture book author and works in the field of autism. He worked with Marcus Gründel to develop the concept of Civil Integrity, designed the visual appearance of the first Bye Bye Plastic campaign and supervised the areas of press and social media.
Marcus Gründel works as a freelance photographer. He documents our work visually and supports the Bye Bye Plastic campaign technically and organisationally in Berlin.
Nadin Tettschlag is a social scientist and educator. The preservation of natural resources is one of the basic prerequisites for social justice and the prevention of political conflicts. Environmental activism is therefore also peace work for her. At Civil Integrity, Nadin is involved in the development of campaigns, editing texts, supporting public relations and fundraising.