Climate change is dubbed our era's "greatest moral challenge." Despite understanding its causes and effects, ethical aspects and cultural influences on climate change behaviours are often overlooked. Climate ethics investigates these ethical dimensions and notions like climate justice. Critics argue that ethical concerns related to human-driven climate change are inadequately addressed in policy debates, scientific literature, and negotiations, potentially overshadowing crucial discussions. Notably, those responsible for climate change may differ from its most vulnerable victims. Globally, terms like climate justice and ecological justice ('eco justice') gain traction, highlighting the need for comprehensive ethical considerations.