Ben & Jerry's and Possible

Who are Ben & Jerry’s?

Ben & Jerry’s have been making great ice cream since the company was founded by school friends Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield, back in 1978. Their aim is (and always has been!) to make the “best possible ice cream, in the nicest possible way”. They’re committed to using business as a force for good and the ice cream activists have supported movements for climate justice, marriage equality, democracy and refugee rights to help advance equality, opportunity, and justice for marginalised communities all over the globe.

Who are Possible?

Climate change charity Possible, want to see a zero carbon society, built by and for the people of the UK. Combining individual and local actions with larger systemic change, they face our climate dread with a can-do attitude and sense of fun. Whether they’re running tree-planting days, vegan feasts or heat-camera treasure hunts, plugging community-owned solar into train lines, reimagining parks, or lobbying MPs about onshore wind, everything they do is about inspiring more people to take more ambitious action on climate change.

The Big Green Cabaret

Join Ben & Jerry’s and Possible for three very special Big Green Cabaret events in September – rolling into towns across the UK throughout the Great Big Green Week – a celebration of action on climate change. Get your tickets below!

Who are Ben & Jerry’s?

Ben & Jerry’s have been making great ice cream since the company was founded by school friends Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield, back in 1978. Their aim is (and always has been!) to make the “best possible ice cream, in the nicest possible way”. They’re committed to using business as a force for good and the ice cream activists have supported movements for climate justice, marriage equality, democracy and refugee rights to help advance equality, opportunity, and justice for marginalised communities all over the globe.

Who are Possible?

Climate change charity Possible, want to see a zero carbon society, built by and for the people of the UK. Combining individual and local actions with larger systemic change, they face our climate dread with a can-do attitude and sense of fun. Whether they’re running tree-planting days, vegan feasts or heat-camera treasure hunts, plugging community-owned solar into train lines, reimagining parks, or lobbying MPs about onshore wind, everything they do is about inspiring more people to take more ambitious action on climate change.

The Big Green Cabaret

Join Ben & Jerry’s and Possible for three very special Big Green Cabaret events in September – rolling into towns across the UK throughout the Great Big Green Week – a celebration of action on climate change. Get your tickets below!