City SInk Oscar Riera Ojeda Press (2012).

City Sink is a proposition for a multiform infrastructure to increase carbon stocks in biomass and long-term sequestration reservoirs for soil organic carbon in New York City and Long Island. Viable tactics for implementing urban and suburban carbon sinks in temperate zones are described with landscape scenarios that illustrate their potential to expand public awareness of cities as ecosystems by simultaneously supporting dynamic civic, environmental and economic processes.

City Sink is a strategic vision for urban landscape planning and design that builds relationships between environmental processes, non-human biotic systems and social and civic urban life.