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Episode 616: Royal money, the Ethereum merge, climate justice, Sacheen Littlefeather, abortion access in Canada and more
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Royal Family's finances stay shrouded in secrecy; Ethereum merge promises to eliminate cryptocurrency's carbon problem; lawyers from Pacific Island nations seek justice for climate change; Indigenous film and television producer on Academy's apology to Sacheen Littlefeather; how midwives could help improve abortion access in Canada; and more. In an earlier version of this broadcast, Michelle Turner, a registered midwife and a clinical assistant professor of midwifery at the University of British Columbia, stated that in British Columbia, midwives care for patients postpartum for up to three weeks. It is actually up to three months. That portion of the interview has been edited to eliminate the error.