Simply, a carbon sink is an area of land where plants drawdown more carbon via photosynthesis – the process plants use to convert carbon dioxide and sunlight into sugars for energy – from the atmosphere than is released from the soil into the atmosphere.
Urban Carbon Sinks apply regenerative practices to commercial and residential landscape and grounds maintenance that drawdown more carbon than is released. By mimicking natural systems, healthy foliage grows without the use of toxic chemicals commonly used in landscape and grounds maintenance.
Toxic-free zones benefit the local water systems, urban wildlife, and community residents. Thus, Urban Carbon Sinks are a WIN FOR ALL.