Marlon Shae Kobacker, a director with Sustainable Future Group, is announcing the release of an article on the subject of sustainable design practices and the potential economic impact associated with the widespread implementation of those practices.

Marlon Kobacker(, a clean energy and sustainable design expert, is announcing the release of a new article evaluating the potential economic impact associated with sustainable design practices. In the article, Kobacker, a frequently sought-after sustainable design professional who serves as a director with Sustainable Future Group, discusses and evaluates the many potential economic benefits made possible through the implementation of sustainable energy systems and green building practices.

Published on Kobacker’s popular digital platform, the article is currently available to readers and offers detailed analyses concerning the roles played by the private and public sector in ensuring investments are made in developing a robust infrastructure that promotes further use of sustainable design and clean energy practices. In the article, Kobacker discusses and reviews the most common arguments raised by opponents and proponents alike, providing the objective and detached analyses for which he is known.

Pointing out that the United States recently announced in excess of $2 billion in new private sector and non-federal investments dedicated to the protection of the country’s natural resources, as well as the fact that Germany and Pakistan have established a renewable energy forum regarding sustainable energy efforts, Kobacker’s article provides a thorough accounting of the many potential ways these principles yield a positive impact on economies all over the world.

“It’s critical to discuss the many possible outcomes associated with the implementation of sustainable design and green energy practices, especially since there is a risk of oversimplifying some of the more complex issues that exist,” said Kobacker. “I’ve always believed it is best to provide as much information as possible and to ensure every potential outcome -- economic or otherwise -- is thoughtfully considered through in-depth research and analysis.”

About Marlon Shae Kobacker
Marlon Shae Kobacker is a director with Sustainable Future Group, a company that assists asset managers, builders, business owners and property developers reduce operational costs as well as their environmental impact through improved sustainability performance. Kobacker, whose previous sustainability advisory experience includes global firms like AECOM, Arup and Cundall, is also a prolific author and speaker on all subjects related to sustainable design and clean energy.

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