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Why we need to rethink our relationship with plants and the natural world 

Euro-western culture largely ignores the many roles that plants play in society. Image: Unsplash

Sarah Elton

Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology, Ryerson University

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Squash plants growing up the side of an urban building. Image: Sarah Elton
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Toronto’s Regent Park neighbourhood viewed from a condo rooftop garden, with the community garden in the foreground and new apartment buildings in the background. Image: Sarah Elton

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