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POLITICS:

GOP climate activists see party developing 2020 vision

CLEVELAND -- Conservationists. Clean energy advocates. The EcoRight. There's no unifying moniker for conservative green groups that descended on the Republican National Convention here this week, but activists did agree on this: Their ranks are growing, and they believe they can turn the tide on climate policy in the GOP before the 2020 election.

WATER:

Climate change to worsen toxic algae on Fla. coastlines

Florida is grappling with an unwelcome summer visitor -- miles of toxic, thick blue-green algae coating beaches and waterways. The guacamole-like sludge, which has spread since being spotted in May on the surface of the state's largest freshwater body of water, Lake Okeechobee, is affecting tourism and recreation and in some places poses serious health threats.

LAW:

Where oil and gas meet sacred lands, tribe defends 'last stronghold'

BLACKFEET INDIAN RESERVATION -- The wind barreling across Montana died down just in time for a morning hike up Mount Baldy. That was a relief for leaders of the Blackfeet Nation and local environmentalists, who organized this group outing to showcase the grandeur of the Badger-Two Medicine, a wedge of Forest Service land the tribe has cherished for ages. But the scenic view belies the area's fraught narrative -- one of controversial treaties, alleged land grabs and now a showdown in federal court over oil.

SECURITY:

To secure grid supply chain, FERC aims for 'lightning speed'

In an effort to stay nimble in the face of a fast-moving cyberthreat, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has followed through on what Commissioner Cheryl LaFleur once called a "thankless task." Yesterday, the agency directed the North American Electric Reliability Corp. to come up with a way to ensure that devices installed in the bulk electric system don't come hard-wired with any nasty surprises planted by hackers.

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