- Public Spaces in Santa Fe: Past Present and Future
54th International Making Cities Livable Conference,
Santa Fe, October 2017
- El Rio project would create places to call home: Santa Fe New Mexican, March 21, 2015
Forty Years of Bicycling by Ken Hughes
Monte Sol - Ken's tribute to his late son, Chris Chavez: Santa Fe New Mexican,
Feb. 16, 2013 as My View: A degree of closure for suicide survivors
from the Climate Change
Summit in Copenhagen, December 2009
Read Antonia's Story, July 2009, by Ken and Ellen Kemper
Acting Locally on Global Warming
A PowerPoint presentation "Acting Locally on Global Warming"
New Mexico aims to reduce energy use 20 percent by 2020. Ken recently delivered this paper in Oslo, addressing land use and other policy options for achieving that goal. For the Energy Conservation and Management Division, State of New Mexico.
Ken Hughes’ Blueprint for Santa Fe:
Freeing Our Dependence on Fossil Fuels
Flows: Blueprint for Santa Fe
This 1996 report, developed by Ken Hughes of the Club's Building Healthy Communities Committee, analyzes how Santa Fe can recognize, confront and reduce the threats coming our way due to changes wrought from global warming. Given the major changes coming our way, it presents a variety of strategies that will cumulatively require major changes in the way we live.” Report PowerPoint presentation Source Link
Article about the report in the monthly Eldorado Sun, November 2006 Source Link
Smart City Radio interview with Ken Hughes about Blueprint for Santa Fe
From host Carol Coletta's introduction: "Ken Hughes is a member of the Sierra Club's Building Healthy Communities Committee and a Knight Fellow in Community Building at the University of Miami. Ken is also chief planner for the state of New Mexico's Department of Finance and Administration."
(Hughes' interview is the second segment on the tape beginning at minutes 30 to 47 of 52.) Source Link
Community Mobility 3.0
Ken's paper for presentation at the annual Land Use Conference
Time To Give Up The Bottle
Opinion piece offering a critical analysis of the environmental costs of bottled water
Growth in New Mexico: Impacts and Options
A comprehensive 120-page study of the costs and benefits of growth and evaluation of growth management alternatives, prepared for the NM Local Government Division with input from two round table discussions on growth, many conversations and conferences, and dozens of pieces of literature on the subject. Source Link
New Plazas for New Mexico:
A Back to the Future Approach
for Revitalizing Public SpacesThe Commons on the Alameda is an established pueblo-style cohousing community with 28 homes and a common house
on 6 acres 3 miles from Santa Fe's historic downtown plaza
along the Santa Fe River. Ken Hughes is a co-founding member and has resided in the community since 1993.
A 36-slide PowerPoint presentation