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JEA investigation; Crowley goes green; tornado aftermath; First Coast Connect book club

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An investigation by The Florida Times-Union and the Orlando Sentinel found that a dark money group may have been involved in the push to privatize JEA. In the midst of the controversy, City Council member Garrett Dennis received a mysterious job offer.

Guest: Nate Monroe, The Florida Times-Union.

Crowley goes green

Jacksonville shipping giant Crowley announced they have committed to net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by the year 2050. The company says it is pursuing a path aligned with the latest climate science to limit global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius.

Guest: Alisa Praskovich, vice president of sustainability at Crowley.

Tornado aftermath

Tornados devastated Tennessee and Kentucky, killing many and leaving more injured or homeless. The Red Cross wasted no time sending aid to those affected and are encouraging those who are able to donate their time and resources. OneBlood encourages eligible donors to make giving blood a part of their routine, saying the best time to donate is before disaster strikes.

First Coast Connect book club

It is our last book club selection of 2021! Stacey Goldring's last recommendation of the year is "Ghost Forest" by Pik-Shuen Fung.

Guest: Stacey Goldring, facilitator and Book Club leader.

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Patrick Cantin is joining WJCT from the University of North Florida as a news intern for the fall 2020 semester.