School is back and the Fall is upon us!
This means we are able to return to more normal hours in the store. We will be open 6 days a week (closed on Tuesdays) and we will be open late on Thursdays - open from 10 am to 8 pm. We hope these new hours help making visiting us easier for you.
Based out of the same building as Reimagine’s package-free grocery store and community hub at 206 Piccadilly Street in downtown London, the Thing Library will launch in Fall 2021.
We are looking to hire a Thing Library Coordinator who, as the only paid staff member of the Thing Library, will be responsible for a wide variety of tasks, including recruiting, training and managing volunteers, developing relationships with partner organizations, and speaking about the Thing Library to current and potential members.
Read on for more details of the position and how to apply (deadline September 12).
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.