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An evening of snowboarding on the most humid day of the year so far? Check.

An event in a snowdome to promote awareness for alternative energy? Check...

In theory, JibWorx' EnviroJam might not have worked. But in reality it did.

In partnership with the Climate Coalition and WWF- JibWorx and Hemel Snow Centre hosted the first event of its kind this July. A dome comp with a few twists - subtle enough, but effective.

The aim was to bring the issue of climate change to the surface in a group that is directly affected by shifting weather patterns, and to start to initiate discussion and positive action so that the UK snowboard scene can do our bit to combat it. All while throwing an accessible comp with a friendly atmosphere; and by all accounts, they succeeded.

On the slopes a full turnout pushed the limits of the venue - with one lift temporarily unavailable, it was a bit more hustle and bustle than usual, but if anything this just added to the atmosphere; regular Hemel-hammerer Jamie Nicholls doing more than his fair share to up the ante, while graciously leaving the competition to the riders who've yet to see their first Olympics. And while the set-up allowed progressive riders to push those boundaries, the features were kept open to all riders throughout the evening, which gave the whole thing a fully inclusive vibe. Topped off with quality prizes from Smokin Snowboards, Brethren Apparel, Hodr Outerwear and many more - and we reckon they're on to a winner with this one...

If you fancy getting involved and doing something positive against climate change - you can get yourself down to the WWF rally in London on the 17th of June (we hear Jamie's going to have a word with the people in charge...), and in the meantime check out the full results from EnviroJam below.

Hit the left and right arrows to browse through the gallery.

Slopestyle Under 16

1. Will Gilmore

2. Cerys Allen

3. Max Wittrick

Spot Prizes Under 16

Max Jordge, Jamie Rowley, Lucy Winnard, Gillian Finnerty, Sophie Smith

Railjam Men's

1. Colby Dane Brown

2. Rick Symes

3. Henry Shackleton

4. Sasha Needham

5. Max Howard

6. Max Jordge

7. Will Gilmore

8. Max Wittrick

9. Liam Tynam

DNF Tom Pilling

Railjam Women's

1. Gillian Finnerty

2. Ellie Harris

3. Cerys Allen

4. Alise Balode

5. Lucy Winnard

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An evening of snowboarding on the most humid day of the year so far? Check.

An event in a snowdome to promote awareness for alternative energy? Check...

In theory, JibWorx' EnviroJam might not have worked. But in reality it did.

In partnership with the Climate Coalition and WWF- JibWorx and Hemel Snow Centre hosted the first event of its kind this July. A dome comp with a few twists - subtle enough, but effective.

The aim was to bring the issue of climate change to the surface in a group that is directly affected by shifting weather patterns, and to start to initiate discussion and positive action so that the UK snowboard scene can do our bit to combat it. All while throwing an accessible comp with a friendly atmosphere; and by all accounts, they succeeded.

On the slopes a full turnout pushed the limits of the venue - with one lift temporarily unavailable, it was a bit more hustle and bustle than usual, but if anything this just added to the atmosphere; regular Hemel-hammerer Jamie Nicholls doing more than his fair share to up the ante, while graciously leaving the competition to the riders who've yet to see their first Olympics. And while the set-up allowed progressive riders to push those boundaries, the features were kept open to all riders throughout the evening, which gave the whole thing a fully inclusive vibe. Topped off with quality prizes from Smokin Snowboards, Brethren Apparel, Hodr Outerwear and many more - and we reckon they're on to a winner with this one...

If you fancy getting involved and doing something positive against climate change - you can get yourself down to the WWF rally in London on the 17th of June (we hear Jamie's going to have a word with the people in charge...), and in the meantime check out the full results from EnviroJam below.

Hit the left and right arrows to browse through the gallery.

Slopestyle Under 16

1. Will Gilmore

2. Cerys Allen

3. Max Wittrick

Spot Prizes Under 16

Max Jordge, Jamie Rowley, Lucy Winnard, Gillian Finnerty, Sophie Smith

Railjam Men's

1. Colby Dane Brown

2. Rick Symes

3. Henry Shackleton

4. Sasha Needham

5. Max Howard

6. Max Jordge

7. Will Gilmore

8. Max Wittrick

9. Liam Tynam

DNF Tom Pilling

Railjam Women's

1. Gillian Finnerty

2. Ellie Harris

3. Cerys Allen

4. Alise Balode

5. Lucy Winnard

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An evening of snowboarding on the most humid day of the year so far? Check.

An event in a snowdome to promote awareness for alternative energy? Check...

In theory, JibWorx' EnviroJam might not have worked. But in reality it did.

In partnership with the Climate Coalition and WWF- JibWorx and Hemel Snow Centre hosted the first event of its kind this July. A dome comp with a few twists - subtle enough, but effective.

The aim was to bring the issue of climate change to the surface in a group that is directly affected by shifting weather patterns, and to start to initiate discussion and positive action so that the UK snowboard scene can do our bit to combat it. All while throwing an accessible comp with a friendly atmosphere; and by all accounts, they succeeded.

On the slopes a full turnout pushed the limits of the venue - with one lift temporarily unavailable, it was a bit more hustle and bustle than usual, but if anything this just added to the atmosphere; regular Hemel-hammerer Jamie Nicholls doing more than his fair share to up the ante, while graciously leaving the competition to the riders who've yet to see their first Olympics. And while the set-up allowed progressive riders to push those boundaries, the features were kept open to all riders throughout the evening, which gave the whole thing a fully inclusive vibe. Topped off with quality prizes from Smokin Snowboards, Brethren Apparel, Hodr Outerwear and many more - and we reckon they're on to a winner with this one...

If you fancy getting involved and doing something positive against climate change - you can get yourself down to the WWF rally in London on the 17th of June (we hear Jamie's going to have a word with the people in charge...), and in the meantime check out the full results from EnviroJam below.

Hit the left and right arrows to browse through the gallery.

Slopestyle Under 16

1. Will Gilmore

2. Cerys Allen

3. Max Wittrick

Spot Prizes Under 16

Max Jordge, Jamie Rowley, Lucy Winnard, Gillian Finnerty, Sophie Smith

Railjam Men's

1. Colby Dane Brown

2. Rick Symes

3. Henry Shackleton

4. Sasha Needham

5. Max Howard

6. Max Jordge

7. Will Gilmore

8. Max Wittrick

9. Liam Tynam

DNF Tom Pilling

Railjam Women's

1. Gillian Finnerty

2. Ellie Harris

3. Cerys Allen

4. Alise Balode

5. Lucy Winnard

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An evening of snowboarding on the most humid day of the year so far? Check.

An event in a snowdome to promote awareness for alternative energy? Check...

In theory, JibWorx' EnviroJam might not have worked. But in reality it did.

In partnership with the Climate Coalition and WWF- JibWorx and Hemel Snow Centre hosted the first event of its kind this July. A dome comp with a few twists - subtle enough, but effective.

The aim was to bring the issue of climate change to the surface in a group that is directly affected by shifting weather patterns, and to start to initiate discussion and positive action so that the UK snowboard scene can do our bit to combat it. All while throwing an accessible comp with a friendly atmosphere; and by all accounts, they succeeded.

On the slopes a full turnout pushed the limits of the venue - with one lift temporarily unavailable, it was a bit more hustle and bustle than usual, but if anything this just added to the atmosphere; regular Hemel-hammerer Jamie Nicholls doing more than his fair share to up the ante, while graciously leaving the competition to the riders who've yet to see their first Olympics. And while the set-up allowed progressive riders to push those boundaries, the features were kept open to all riders throughout the evening, which gave the whole thing a fully inclusive vibe. Topped off with quality prizes from Smokin Snowboards, Brethren Apparel, Hodr Outerwear and many more - and we reckon they're on to a winner with this one...

If you fancy getting involved and doing something positive against climate change - you can get yourself down to the WWF rally in London on the 17th of June (we hear Jamie's going to have a word with the people in charge...), and in the meantime check out the full results from EnviroJam below.

Hit the left and right arrows to browse through the gallery.

Slopestyle Under 16

1. Will Gilmore

2. Cerys Allen

3. Max Wittrick

Spot Prizes Under 16

Max Jordge, Jamie Rowley, Lucy Winnard, Gillian Finnerty, Sophie Smith

Railjam Men's

1. Colby Dane Brown

2. Rick Symes

3. Henry Shackleton

4. Sasha Needham

5. Max Howard

6. Max Jordge

7. Will Gilmore

8. Max Wittrick

9. Liam Tynam

DNF Tom Pilling

Railjam Women's

1. Gillian Finnerty

2. Ellie Harris

3. Cerys Allen

4. Alise Balode

5. Lucy Winnard

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An evening of snowboarding on the most humid day of the year so far? Check.

An event in a snowdome to promote awareness for alternative energy? Check...

In theory, JibWorx' EnviroJam might not have worked. But in reality it did.

In partnership with the Climate Coalition and WWF- JibWorx and Hemel Snow Centre hosted the first event of its kind this July. A dome comp with a few twists - subtle enough, but effective.

The aim was to bring the issue of climate change to the surface in a group that is directly affected by shifting weather patterns, and to start to initiate discussion and positive action so that the UK snowboard scene can do our bit to combat it. All while throwing an accessible comp with a friendly atmosphere; and by all accounts, they succeeded.

On the slopes a full turnout pushed the limits of the venue - with one lift temporarily unavailable, it was a bit more hustle and bustle than usual, but if anything this just added to the atmosphere; regular Hemel-hammerer Jamie Nicholls doing more than his fair share to up the ante, while graciously leaving the competition to the riders who've yet to see their first Olympics. And while the set-up allowed progressive riders to push those boundaries, the features were kept open to all riders throughout the evening, which gave the whole thing a fully inclusive vibe. Topped off with quality prizes from Smokin Snowboards, Brethren Apparel, Hodr Outerwear and many more - and we reckon they're on to a winner with this one...

If you fancy getting involved and doing something positive against climate change - you can get yourself down to the WWF rally in London on the 17th of June (we hear Jamie's going to have a word with the people in charge...), and in the meantime check out the full results from EnviroJam below.

Hit the left and right arrows to browse through the gallery.

Slopestyle Under 16

1. Will Gilmore

2. Cerys Allen

3. Max Wittrick

Spot Prizes Under 16

Max Jordge, Jamie Rowley, Lucy Winnard, Gillian Finnerty, Sophie Smith

Railjam Men's

1. Colby Dane Brown

2. Rick Symes

3. Henry Shackleton

4. Sasha Needham

5. Max Howard

6. Max Jordge

7. Will Gilmore

8. Max Wittrick

9. Liam Tynam

DNF Tom Pilling

Railjam Women's

1. Gillian Finnerty

2. Ellie Harris

3. Cerys Allen

4. Alise Balode

5. Lucy Winnard

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An evening of snowboarding on the most humid day of the year so far? Check.

An event in a snowdome to promote awareness for alternative energy? Check...

In theory, JibWorx' EnviroJam might not have worked. But in reality it did.

In partnership with the Climate Coalition and WWF- JibWorx and Hemel Snow Centre hosted the first event of its kind this July. A dome comp with a few twists - subtle enough, but effective.

The aim was to bring the issue of climate change to the surface in a group that is directly affected by shifting weather patterns, and to start to initiate discussion and positive action so that the UK snowboard scene can do our bit to combat it. All while throwing an accessible comp with a friendly atmosphere; and by all accounts, they succeeded.

On the slopes a full turnout pushed the limits of the venue - with one lift temporarily unavailable, it was a bit more hustle and bustle than usual, but if anything this just added to the atmosphere; regular Hemel-hammerer Jamie Nicholls doing more than his fair share to up the ante, while graciously leaving the competition to the riders who've yet to see their first Olympics. And while the set-up allowed progressive riders to push those boundaries, the features were kept open to all riders throughout the evening, which gave the whole thing a fully inclusive vibe. Topped off with quality prizes from Smokin Snowboards, Brethren Apparel, Hodr Outerwear and many more - and we reckon they're on to a winner with this one...

If you fancy getting involved and doing something positive against climate change - you can get yourself down to the WWF rally in London on the 17th of June (we hear Jamie's going to have a word with the people in charge...), and in the meantime check out the full results from EnviroJam below.

Hit the left and right arrows to browse through the gallery.

Slopestyle Under 16

1. Will Gilmore

2. Cerys Allen

3. Max Wittrick

Spot Prizes Under 16

Max Jordge, Jamie Rowley, Lucy Winnard, Gillian Finnerty, Sophie Smith

Railjam Men's

1. Colby Dane Brown

2. Rick Symes

3. Henry Shackleton

4. Sasha Needham

5. Max Howard

6. Max Jordge

7. Will Gilmore

8. Max Wittrick

9. Liam Tynam

DNF Tom Pilling

Railjam Women's

1. Gillian Finnerty

2. Ellie Harris

3. Cerys Allen

4. Alise Balode

5. Lucy Winnard

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An evening of snowboarding on the most humid day of the year so far? Check.

An event in a snowdome to promote awareness for alternative energy? Check...

In theory, JibWorx' EnviroJam might not have worked. But in reality it did.

In partnership with the Climate Coalition and WWF- JibWorx and Hemel Snow Centre hosted the first event of its kind this July. A dome comp with a few twists - subtle enough, but effective.

The aim was to bring the issue of climate change to the surface in a group that is directly affected by shifting weather patterns, and to start to initiate discussion and positive action so that the UK snowboard scene can do our bit to combat it. All while throwing an accessible comp with a friendly atmosphere; and by all accounts, they succeeded.

On the slopes a full turnout pushed the limits of the venue - with one lift temporarily unavailable, it was a bit more hustle and bustle than usual, but if anything this just added to the atmosphere; regular Hemel-hammerer Jamie Nicholls doing more than his fair share to up the ante, while graciously leaving the competition to the riders who've yet to see their first Olympics. And while the set-up allowed progressive riders to push those boundaries, the features were kept open to all riders throughout the evening, which gave the whole thing a fully inclusive vibe. Topped off with quality prizes from Smokin Snowboards, Brethren Apparel, Hodr Outerwear and many more - and we reckon they're on to a winner with this one...

If you fancy getting involved and doing something positive against climate change - you can get yourself down to the WWF rally in London on the 17th of June (we hear Jamie's going to have a word with the people in charge...), and in the meantime check out the full results from EnviroJam below.

Hit the left and right arrows to browse through the gallery.

Slopestyle Under 16

1. Will Gilmore

2. Cerys Allen

3. Max Wittrick

Spot Prizes Under 16

Max Jordge, Jamie Rowley, Lucy Winnard, Gillian Finnerty, Sophie Smith

Railjam Men's

1. Colby Dane Brown

2. Rick Symes

3. Henry Shackleton

4. Sasha Needham

5. Max Howard

6. Max Jordge

7. Will Gilmore

8. Max Wittrick

9. Liam Tynam

DNF Tom Pilling

Railjam Women's

1. Gillian Finnerty

2. Ellie Harris

3. Cerys Allen

4. Alise Balode

5. Lucy Winnard

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An evening of snowboarding on the most humid day of the year so far? Check.

An event in a snowdome to promote awareness for alternative energy? Check...

In theory, JibWorx' EnviroJam might not have worked. But in reality it did.

In partnership with the Climate Coalition and WWF- JibWorx and Hemel Snow Centre hosted the first event of its kind this July. A dome comp with a few twists - subtle enough, but effective.

The aim was to bring the issue of climate change to the surface in a group that is directly affected by shifting weather patterns, and to start to initiate discussion and positive action so that the UK snowboard scene can do our bit to combat it. All while throwing an accessible comp with a friendly atmosphere; and by all accounts, they succeeded.

On the slopes a full turnout pushed the limits of the venue - with one lift temporarily unavailable, it was a bit more hustle and bustle than usual, but if anything this just added to the atmosphere; regular Hemel-hammerer Jamie Nicholls doing more than his fair share to up the ante, while graciously leaving the competition to the riders who've yet to see their first Olympics. And while the set-up allowed progressive riders to push those boundaries, the features were kept open to all riders throughout the evening, which gave the whole thing a fully inclusive vibe. Topped off with quality prizes from Smokin Snowboards, Brethren Apparel, Hodr Outerwear and many more - and we reckon they're on to a winner with this one...

If you fancy getting involved and doing something positive against climate change - you can get yourself down to the WWF rally in London on the 17th of June (we hear Jamie's going to have a word with the people in charge...), and in the meantime check out the full results from EnviroJam below.

Hit the left and right arrows to browse through the gallery.

Slopestyle Under 16

1. Will Gilmore

2. Cerys Allen

3. Max Wittrick

Spot Prizes Under 16

Max Jordge, Jamie Rowley, Lucy Winnard, Gillian Finnerty, Sophie Smith

Railjam Men's

1. Colby Dane Brown

2. Rick Symes

3. Henry Shackleton

4. Sasha Needham

5. Max Howard

6. Max Jordge

7. Will Gilmore

8. Max Wittrick

9. Liam Tynam

DNF Tom Pilling

Railjam Women's

1. Gillian Finnerty

2. Ellie Harris

3. Cerys Allen

4. Alise Balode

5. Lucy Winnard

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An evening of snowboarding on the most humid day of the year so far? Check.

An event in a snowdome to promote awareness for alternative energy? Check...

In theory, JibWorx' EnviroJam might not have worked. But in reality it did.

In partnership with the Climate Coalition and WWF- JibWorx and Hemel Snow Centre hosted the first event of its kind this July. A dome comp with a few twists - subtle enough, but effective.

The aim was to bring the issue of climate change to the surface in a group that is directly affected by shifting weather patterns, and to start to initiate discussion and positive action so that the UK snowboard scene can do our bit to combat it. All while throwing an accessible comp with a friendly atmosphere; and by all accounts, they succeeded.

On the slopes a full turnout pushed the limits of the venue - with one lift temporarily unavailable, it was a bit more hustle and bustle than usual, but if anything this just added to the atmosphere; regular Hemel-hammerer Jamie Nicholls doing more than his fair share to up the ante, while graciously leaving the competition to the riders who've yet to see their first Olympics. And while the set-up allowed progressive riders to push those boundaries, the features were kept open to all riders throughout the evening, which gave the whole thing a fully inclusive vibe. Topped off with quality prizes from Smokin Snowboards, Brethren Apparel, Hodr Outerwear and many more - and we reckon they're on to a winner with this one...

If you fancy getting involved and doing something positive against climate change - you can get yourself down to the WWF rally in London on the 17th of June (we hear Jamie's going to have a word with the people in charge...), and in the meantime check out the full results from EnviroJam below.

Hit the left and right arrows to browse through the gallery.

Slopestyle Under 16

1. Will Gilmore

2. Cerys Allen

3. Max Wittrick

Spot Prizes Under 16

Max Jordge, Jamie Rowley, Lucy Winnard, Gillian Finnerty, Sophie Smith

Railjam Men's

1. Colby Dane Brown

2. Rick Symes

3. Henry Shackleton

4. Sasha Needham

5. Max Howard

6. Max Jordge

7. Will Gilmore

8. Max Wittrick

9. Liam Tynam

DNF Tom Pilling

Railjam Women's

1. Gillian Finnerty

2. Ellie Harris

3. Cerys Allen

4. Alise Balode

5. Lucy Winnard

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An evening of snowboarding on the most humid day of the year so far? Check.

An event in a snowdome to promote awareness for alternative energy? Check...

In theory, JibWorx' EnviroJam might not have worked. But in reality it did.

In partnership with the Climate Coalition and WWF- JibWorx and Hemel Snow Centre hosted the first event of its kind this July. A dome comp with a few twists - subtle enough, but effective.

The aim was to bring the issue of climate change to the surface in a group that is directly affected by shifting weather patterns, and to start to initiate discussion and positive action so that the UK snowboard scene can do our bit to combat it. All while throwing an accessible comp with a friendly atmosphere; and by all accounts, they succeeded.

On the slopes a full turnout pushed the limits of the venue - with one lift temporarily unavailable, it was a bit more hustle and bustle than usual, but if anything this just added to the atmosphere; regular Hemel-hammerer Jamie Nicholls doing more than his fair share to up the ante, while graciously leaving the competition to the riders who've yet to see their first Olympics. And while the set-up allowed progressive riders to push those boundaries, the features were kept open to all riders throughout the evening, which gave the whole thing a fully inclusive vibe. Topped off with quality prizes from Smokin Snowboards, Brethren Apparel, Hodr Outerwear and many more - and we reckon they're on to a winner with this one...

If you fancy getting involved and doing something positive against climate change - you can get yourself down to the WWF rally in London on the 17th of June (we hear Jamie's going to have a word with the people in charge...), and in the meantime check out the full results from EnviroJam below.

Hit the left and right arrows to browse through the gallery.

Slopestyle Under 16

1. Will Gilmore

2. Cerys Allen

3. Max Wittrick

Spot Prizes Under 16

Max Jordge, Jamie Rowley, Lucy Winnard, Gillian Finnerty, Sophie Smith

Railjam Men's

1. Colby Dane Brown

2. Rick Symes

3. Henry Shackleton

4. Sasha Needham

5. Max Howard

6. Max Jordge

7. Will Gilmore

8. Max Wittrick

9. Liam Tynam

DNF Tom Pilling

Railjam Women's

1. Gillian Finnerty

2. Ellie Harris

3. Cerys Allen

4. Alise Balode

5. Lucy Winnard

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An evening of snowboarding on the most humid day of the year so far? Check.

An event in a snowdome to promote awareness for alternative energy? Check...

In theory, JibWorx' EnviroJam might not have worked. But in reality it did.

In partnership with the Climate Coalition and WWF- JibWorx and Hemel Snow Centre hosted the first event of its kind this July. A dome comp with a few twists - subtle enough, but effective.

The aim was to bring the issue of climate change to the surface in a group that is directly affected by shifting weather patterns, and to start to initiate discussion and positive action so that the UK snowboard scene can do our bit to combat it. All while throwing an accessible comp with a friendly atmosphere; and by all accounts, they succeeded.

On the slopes a full turnout pushed the limits of the venue - with one lift temporarily unavailable, it was a bit more hustle and bustle than usual, but if anything this just added to the atmosphere; regular Hemel-hammerer Jamie Nicholls doing more than his fair share to up the ante, while graciously leaving the competition to the riders who've yet to see their first Olympics. And while the set-up allowed progressive riders to push those boundaries, the features were kept open to all riders throughout the evening, which gave the whole thing a fully inclusive vibe. Topped off with quality prizes from Smokin Snowboards, Brethren Apparel, Hodr Outerwear and many more - and we reckon they're on to a winner with this one...

If you fancy getting involved and doing something positive against climate change - you can get yourself down to the WWF rally in London on the 17th of June (we hear Jamie's going to have a word with the people in charge...), and in the meantime check out the full results from EnviroJam below.

Hit the left and right arrows to browse through the gallery.

Slopestyle Under 16

1. Will Gilmore

2. Cerys Allen

3. Max Wittrick

Spot Prizes Under 16

Max Jordge, Jamie Rowley, Lucy Winnard, Gillian Finnerty, Sophie Smith

Railjam Men's

1. Colby Dane Brown

2. Rick Symes

3. Henry Shackleton

4. Sasha Needham

5. Max Howard

6. Max Jordge

7. Will Gilmore

8. Max Wittrick

9. Liam Tynam

DNF Tom Pilling

Railjam Women's

1. Gillian Finnerty

2. Ellie Harris

3. Cerys Allen

4. Alise Balode

5. Lucy Winnard

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An evening of snowboarding on the most humid day of the year so far? Check.

An event in a snowdome to promote awareness for alternative energy? Check...

In theory, JibWorx' EnviroJam might not have worked. But in reality it did.

In partnership with the Climate Coalition and WWF- JibWorx and Hemel Snow Centre hosted the first event of its kind this July. A dome comp with a few twists - subtle enough, but effective.

The aim was to bring the issue of climate change to the surface in a group that is directly affected by shifting weather patterns, and to start to initiate discussion and positive action so that the UK snowboard scene can do our bit to combat it. All while throwing an accessible comp with a friendly atmosphere; and by all accounts, they succeeded.

On the slopes a full turnout pushed the limits of the venue - with one lift temporarily unavailable, it was a bit more hustle and bustle than usual, but if anything this just added to the atmosphere; regular Hemel-hammerer Jamie Nicholls doing more than his fair share to up the ante, while graciously leaving the competition to the riders who've yet to see their first Olympics. And while the set-up allowed progressive riders to push those boundaries, the features were kept open to all riders throughout the evening, which gave the whole thing a fully inclusive vibe. Topped off with quality prizes from Smokin Snowboards, Brethren Apparel, Hodr Outerwear and many more - and we reckon they're on to a winner with this one...

If you fancy getting involved and doing something positive against climate change - you can get yourself down to the WWF rally in London on the 17th of June (we hear Jamie's going to have a word with the people in charge...), and in the meantime check out the full results from EnviroJam below.

Hit the left and right arrows to browse through the gallery.

Slopestyle Under 16

1. Will Gilmore

2. Cerys Allen

3. Max Wittrick

Spot Prizes Under 16

Max Jordge, Jamie Rowley, Lucy Winnard, Gillian Finnerty, Sophie Smith

Railjam Men's

1. Colby Dane Brown

2. Rick Symes

3. Henry Shackleton

4. Sasha Needham

5. Max Howard

6. Max Jordge

7. Will Gilmore

8. Max Wittrick

9. Liam Tynam

DNF Tom Pilling

Railjam Women's

1. Gillian Finnerty

2. Ellie Harris

3. Cerys Allen

4. Alise Balode

5. Lucy Winnard

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An evening of snowboarding on the most humid day of the year so far? Check.

An event in a snowdome to promote awareness for alternative energy? Check...

In theory, JibWorx' EnviroJam might not have worked. But in reality it did.

In partnership with the Climate Coalition and WWF- JibWorx and Hemel Snow Centre hosted the first event of its kind this July. A dome comp with a few twists - subtle enough, but effective.

The aim was to bring the issue of climate change to the surface in a group that is directly affected by shifting weather patterns, and to start to initiate discussion and positive action so that the UK snowboard scene can do our bit to combat it. All while throwing an accessible comp with a friendly atmosphere; and by all accounts, they succeeded.

On the slopes a full turnout pushed the limits of the venue - with one lift temporarily unavailable, it was a bit more hustle and bustle than usual, but if anything this just added to the atmosphere; regular Hemel-hammerer Jamie Nicholls doing more than his fair share to up the ante, while graciously leaving the competition to the riders who've yet to see their first Olympics. And while the set-up allowed progressive riders to push those boundaries, the features were kept open to all riders throughout the evening, which gave the whole thing a fully inclusive vibe. Topped off with quality prizes from Smokin Snowboards, Brethren Apparel, Hodr Outerwear and many more - and we reckon they're on to a winner with this one...

If you fancy getting involved and doing something positive against climate change - you can get yourself down to the WWF rally in London on the 17th of June (we hear Jamie's going to have a word with the people in charge...), and in the meantime check out the full results from EnviroJam below.

Hit the left and right arrows to browse through the gallery.

Slopestyle Under 16

1. Will Gilmore

2. Cerys Allen

3. Max Wittrick

Spot Prizes Under 16

Max Jordge, Jamie Rowley, Lucy Winnard, Gillian Finnerty, Sophie Smith

Railjam Men's

1. Colby Dane Brown

2. Rick Symes

3. Henry Shackleton

4. Sasha Needham

5. Max Howard

6. Max Jordge

7. Will Gilmore

8. Max Wittrick

9. Liam Tynam

DNF Tom Pilling

Railjam Women's

1. Gillian Finnerty

2. Ellie Harris

3. Cerys Allen

4. Alise Balode

5. Lucy Winnard

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An evening of snowboarding on the most humid day of the year so far? Check.

An event in a snowdome to promote awareness for alternative energy? Check...

In theory, JibWorx' EnviroJam might not have worked. But in reality it did.

In partnership with the Climate Coalition and WWF- JibWorx and Hemel Snow Centre hosted the first event of its kind this July. A dome comp with a few twists - subtle enough, but effective.

The aim was to bring the issue of climate change to the surface in a group that is directly affected by shifting weather patterns, and to start to initiate discussion and positive action so that the UK snowboard scene can do our bit to combat it. All while throwing an accessible comp with a friendly atmosphere; and by all accounts, they succeeded.

On the slopes a full turnout pushed the limits of the venue - with one lift temporarily unavailable, it was a bit more hustle and bustle than usual, but if anything this just added to the atmosphere; regular Hemel-hammerer Jamie Nicholls doing more than his fair share to up the ante, while graciously leaving the competition to the riders who've yet to see their first Olympics. And while the set-up allowed progressive riders to push those boundaries, the features were kept open to all riders throughout the evening, which gave the whole thing a fully inclusive vibe. Topped off with quality prizes from Smokin Snowboards, Brethren Apparel, Hodr Outerwear and many more - and we reckon they're on to a winner with this one...

If you fancy getting involved and doing something positive against climate change - you can get yourself down to the WWF rally in London on the 17th of June (we hear Jamie's going to have a word with the people in charge...), and in the meantime check out the full results from EnviroJam below.

Hit the left and right arrows to browse through the gallery.

Slopestyle Under 16

1. Will Gilmore

2. Cerys Allen

3. Max Wittrick

Spot Prizes Under 16

Max Jordge, Jamie Rowley, Lucy Winnard, Gillian Finnerty, Sophie Smith

Railjam Men's

1. Colby Dane Brown

2. Rick Symes

3. Henry Shackleton

4. Sasha Needham

5. Max Howard

6. Max Jordge

7. Will Gilmore

8. Max Wittrick

9. Liam Tynam

DNF Tom Pilling

Railjam Women's

1. Gillian Finnerty

2. Ellie Harris

3. Cerys Allen

4. Alise Balode

5. Lucy Winnard

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An evening of snowboarding on the most humid day of the year so far? Check.

An event in a snowdome to promote awareness for alternative energy? Check...

In theory, JibWorx' EnviroJam might not have worked. But in reality it did.

In partnership with the Climate Coalition and WWF- JibWorx and Hemel Snow Centre hosted the first event of its kind this July. A dome comp with a few twists - subtle enough, but effective.

The aim was to bring the issue of climate change to the surface in a group that is directly affected by shifting weather patterns, and to start to initiate discussion and positive action so that the UK snowboard scene can do our bit to combat it. All while throwing an accessible comp with a friendly atmosphere; and by all accounts, they succeeded.

On the slopes a full turnout pushed the limits of the venue - with one lift temporarily unavailable, it was a bit more hustle and bustle than usual, but if anything this just added to the atmosphere; regular Hemel-hammerer Jamie Nicholls doing more than his fair share to up the ante, while graciously leaving the competition to the riders who've yet to see their first Olympics. And while the set-up allowed progressive riders to push those boundaries, the features were kept open to all riders throughout the evening, which gave the whole thing a fully inclusive vibe. Topped off with quality prizes from Smokin Snowboards, Brethren Apparel, Hodr Outerwear and many more - and we reckon they're on to a winner with this one...

If you fancy getting involved and doing something positive against climate change - you can get yourself down to the WWF rally in London on the 17th of June (we hear Jamie's going to have a word with the people in charge...), and in the meantime check out the full results from EnviroJam below.

Hit the left and right arrows to browse through the gallery.

Slopestyle Under 16

1. Will Gilmore

2. Cerys Allen

3. Max Wittrick

Spot Prizes Under 16

Max Jordge, Jamie Rowley, Lucy Winnard, Gillian Finnerty, Sophie Smith

Railjam Men's

1. Colby Dane Brown

2. Rick Symes

3. Henry Shackleton

4. Sasha Needham

5. Max Howard

6. Max Jordge

7. Will Gilmore

8. Max Wittrick

9. Liam Tynam

DNF Tom Pilling

Railjam Women's

1. Gillian Finnerty

2. Ellie Harris

3. Cerys Allen

4. Alise Balode

5. Lucy Winnard

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An evening of snowboarding on the most humid day of the year so far? Check.

An event in a snowdome to promote awareness for alternative energy? Check...

In theory, JibWorx' EnviroJam might not have worked. But in reality it did.

In partnership with the Climate Coalition and WWF- JibWorx and Hemel Snow Centre hosted the first event of its kind this July. A dome comp with a few twists - subtle enough, but effective.

The aim was to bring the issue of climate change to the surface in a group that is directly affected by shifting weather patterns, and to start to initiate discussion and positive action so that the UK snowboard scene can do our bit to combat it. All while throwing an accessible comp with a friendly atmosphere; and by all accounts, they succeeded.

On the slopes a full turnout pushed the limits of the venue - with one lift temporarily unavailable, it was a bit more hustle and bustle than usual, but if anything this just added to the atmosphere; regular Hemel-hammerer Jamie Nicholls doing more than his fair share to up the ante, while graciously leaving the competition to the riders who've yet to see their first Olympics. And while the set-up allowed progressive riders to push those boundaries, the features were kept open to all riders throughout the evening, which gave the whole thing a fully inclusive vibe. Topped off with quality prizes from Smokin Snowboards, Brethren Apparel, Hodr Outerwear and many more - and we reckon they're on to a winner with this one...

If you fancy getting involved and doing something positive against climate change - you can get yourself down to the WWF rally in London on the 17th of June (we hear Jamie's going to have a word with the people in charge...), and in the meantime check out the full results from EnviroJam below.

Hit the left and right arrows to browse through the gallery.

Slopestyle Under 16

1. Will Gilmore

2. Cerys Allen

3. Max Wittrick

Spot Prizes Under 16

Max Jordge, Jamie Rowley, Lucy Winnard, Gillian Finnerty, Sophie Smith

Railjam Men's

1. Colby Dane Brown

2. Rick Symes

3. Henry Shackleton

4. Sasha Needham

5. Max Howard

6. Max Jordge

7. Will Gilmore

8. Max Wittrick

9. Liam Tynam

DNF Tom Pilling

Railjam Women's

1. Gillian Finnerty

2. Ellie Harris

3. Cerys Allen

4. Alise Balode

5. Lucy Winnard