I envision a shifted cultural mindset in capitalism-based societies towards reciprocity with the Earth, to a mutual relationship of love and respect. A new perspective that sees us living in conjunction with the earth, rather than upon, would inevitably breed less capitalistic economies, leading to reduced social stratification and more equitable societies. This vision goes to the root of the socio-ecological crises facing us, and addresses the fact that we must repair our relationship with the land before we can truly create more Just societies. So how could we go about shifting the deeply engrained mindset that the earth is a resource, that we can exploit it, and people of lower social status, as long as it brings us benefit? I think this begins with how we teach our children to interact with the Earth, with bridging the separation between us and food systems to become more connected with that which gives us life. After all, it is difficult to truly care about something you feel little connection with.