Greenwashing is the term used to describe a company's attempt at seeming "greener" than they really are. Releasing "eco-friendly" products has become a marketing trend, and it's important to be able to differentiate between what's good for the environment, and what's greenwashing marketing.
Here are some of the signs you need to look for when deciding whether a company or product is greenwashing, or actually eco-friendly.
Reimagine is proud and excited to be leading a new initiative with our friends Sunfest and partners HEAL, Storyhaus Digital and London's 5 Business Improvement Areas (BIA's), and with financial support from the City of London through its London Community Recovery Network (LCRN) program.
An alternative to UberEats and other cellphone food delivery apps that stick restaurants with enormous charges, the Good Foods Project will be a web-based platform featuring mom and pop restaurants.
Reimagine Co declares itself an Apartheid Free Zone and urges other London businesses, institutions and community groups to do the same
At this time of renewed attacks on the Palestinian people on an unprecedented scale, we urge London businesses, institutions and community groups to join Reimagine Co in declaring themselves Apartheid Free Zones and committing not to sell products from the illegal Israeli settlements or from any Israeli or international company that profits from violations of Palestinian human rights.
Read on for our full statement explaining what it means to be an Apartheid Free Zone and how you can participate in the BDS (Boycott, Divest and Sanctions) movement.
For the past few weeks we have been testing out grocery curbside pick up at Reimagine!
We are now expanding to include more pickup days! You can now sign up for pickup on Wednesdays 12 pm - 7 pm or Saturdays 9 am - 6 pm!
Here's how to join the program.