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  • Sheryl Canter - privacy policy
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  • Username:Password Creator for HTPASSWD
    below Valid salt characters are a z A Z 0 9 the period and the forward slash For DES the salt is 2 random characters from the set of valid characters The MD5 salt is 12 characters only 8 of which are random The MD5 salt always starts with 1 and ends with The salt is always at the beginning of the password portion of the username password entry If

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  • Sheryl Canter's Articles
    the way New York City has turned decidedly pro bike under Department of Transportation DOT Commissioner Jeannette Sadik Khan And the non profit group America Bikes is helping to bring bike friendly changes to communities across the country An Early False Start in NYC In early 1980 Mayor Koch visited China and saw bicycles dominating the streets rather than cars He thought this was a brilliant solution to urban congestion and came back to New York and installed bike lanes The low concrete barriers separating the bike lanes were ineffective and eventually removed Seven years later that same Mayor Koch tried to ban bike traffic on three major avenues due to biking accidents This plan was strongly opposed and dropped a few months later Doing Right by Bikes in NYC Today New York City is doing it right with a comprehensive plan to make New York bike friendly In 2006 NYC DOT committed to installing 200 miles of bike lanes over the next three years Over 80 miles have been installed to date and the city plans 1800 miles of bike lanes by 2030 And that s not all New York s Summer Streets program closes major streets to traffic on certain days There are plans to create bike paths that are physically separated from traffic And New York has issued a Request for Expressions of Interest RFEI for a bike share program Bike sharing is gaining traction in many towns and cities around the world The idea is to place bikes in strategic locations and let people pick them up where needed and drop them off near their destination For example Paris has 1 450 self service rental stations about 300 yards apart There are four times as many bike stations as metro stations and the system has been

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  • Sheryl Canter's Articles
    set to open this month in Portland Oregon A London nightclub called Surya uses a special dance floors to convert vibrations into electricity Another vibration powered club will open next month in Rotterdam Netherlands The floor technology can be used in more than just dance clubs Any large crowd will produce vibrations Sustainable Dance Club also has received requests for floors from bus and train stations where it can be used to power lights and display boards And there s more Other types of human activity can produce vibrations From an article on Treehugger Vibrations from passing trucks the rumbling of speeding trains and even the footfall of busy city commuters could be captured and converted into energy to light walkways and buildings engineers say A London based architectural firm is working on a project that aims to harness the pulse of a city and use it as a renewable energy source Nor is energy from workout machines limited to gyms This past June in Yokohama Japan a non profit group held a concert powered entirely by pedaling Audience members took turns on four refurbished bikes attached to generators In case you d like to try this at home here are instructions for adapting your bike Or if that looks too hard check out Windstream Power You can find a long list of human powered devices and manufacturers on the PureEnergySystems Wiki To bring technologies like these into the mainstream in the U S we need the economic incentive of a cap and trade bill Once the rules of the game are clear investment dollars will rapidly increase This post is by Sheryl Canter an online writer and editorial manager at Environmental Defense Fund Comment added shortly after publication I ve since learned of more examples of human power conversion

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  • Sheryl Canter's Articles
    a writer I can t help but note that the situation for journalists is especially grim dubbed the Midsummer Massacre One bright spot in this generally depressing picture is the green economy This encompasses much more than employment at renewable energy firms there s a whole supply chain that benefits as well But even when you consider only the renewable energy jobs the surge is impressive especially given the context Gristmill recently described the huge number of jobs available in the wind power industry confirming that the buzz is very real A representative from the American Wind Energy Association was reported saying we need people yesterday The same thing is happening with solar power In California alone solar power has created thousands of new jobs with thousands more expected There is a shortage of qualified workers here too An Ecopreneurist article on whether green collar jobs were affected by the shaky economy described enormous demand from companies but a shortage of qualified candidates It s not that job seekers aren t trying to meet the need Treehugger reports that Solar Energy International is experiencing a huge explosion of interest in training courses a 14 percent increase in enrollment in just

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  • Sheryl Canter's Articles
    writing The other four should be posted in August Environmental Defense Fund helped to finance the research and production of the reports Some highlights The 2007 drought in Georgia caused 1 3 billion in economic damage mostly from crop losses An additional 5 percent of crop losses due to climate change would result in direct and indirect economic losses of nearly 110 million per year and the loss of 533 jobs Colorado is a favored skiing and snowboarding destination with 23 percent market share and 2 billion in annual revenue If global warming continues at the current rate the snow line could rise 1 312 feet and the snow season could end 30 days earlier A shortened ski season leading to a 1 percent annual decrease in tourists would cost 375 million and over 4 500 jobs by 2017 In Illinois flooding from the projected increase in heavy precipitation could cause significant damage to infrastructure Flood damage has increased in recent years Insured catastrophic losses were 272 million in 2007 ranking the state fifth in the nation Lower water levels in Lake Erie could cost Ohio s shipping industry and related businesses over 1 billion annually Companies would be forced to spend more on harbor dredging dock adjustments and other significant infrastructure changes New Jersey s tourism revenue exceeded 30 billion in 2005 and 70 percent was generated in coastal areas Rising waters are predicted to claim more land in New Jersey than the national average due to local conditions that make the state s shoreline particularly vulnerable to soil erosion and land subsidence sinking By 2100 Atlantic City will flood to the current 100 year flood level every one to two years If these changes led to a 1 percent decrease in the number of tourists the result would

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