Nobel Prize Winner on How to End Child Labor
Nobel Peace Prize winner Kailash Satyarthi, who has helped rescue over 88,000 children from slavery, says there are some simple changes people can make in their daily lives to help end the exploitation of children.
Interview: Joaquin Phoenix tells Brut why he's vegan
He left the set of the movie Joker to join a protest. Vegan from the age of 3, he has been fighting for animal rights his whole life. Joaquin Phoenix tells Brut why he’s so committed to this cause.
How salmon swim upstream
Of all the migrations within the animal kingdom, this one is without a doubt one of the most extreme. Here is how salmon swim upstream.
Global Citizen 2019 Kicks Off in NYC
The 2019 Global Citizen Festival kicks off this weekend in Central Park. The organization behind the massive concert wants to end extreme poverty by 2030 — and it has already touched 254 million lives. This video has been produced in partnership with a brand
How Medical Cannabis Can Help Chronic Pain
She used to lecture her kids about marijuana. Now in her 80s, this woman is a staunch advocate of medical cannabis.
The History of Sriracha
Is there anything that doesn't taste better with Sriracha? This is the hot sauce's spicy history. 🌶️
Spending a night in a forest to observe the deer’s slab
What’s that surprising sound coming from the forests each year, between September and October? It’s the deer’s slab. Brut nature followed wildlife photographer Jérémie Villet into a forest to understand this phenomenon.
4 World Leaders Having a Tough 2019
If you thought your 2019 was rough, imagine being one of these four right now.
The eco-friendly Bec-Hellouin farm is a model in France
These french farmers are trying to reinvent agriculture. Follow Brut nature in Normandy, on a tour of Bec-Hellouin, one of the most eco-friendly experimental farms in Europe.
Jacques Chirac’s Iraq War Opposition
Jacques Chirac famously pushed back against the United States over the 2003 invasion of Iraq. The former French president died on Thursday at 86. This is how he explained his position on the war on French television.