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This paper identifies the diverse and different aspects of the political and sociological concept of Climate Justice, starting from the climate as a common and global good, and from the socio-political context of climate change as an issue that has to do with a democratic citizenship. It connects with its origin in Environmental Justice, as well as with the broader agenda of sustainable development that passes through the abandonment of fossil fuels. We then turn to the question of common but differentiated responsibility in the fight against climate change, as well as its multi-faceted and multi-scale nature. All this concludes in the connection of climate justice with a strong sustainable development that results in a new paradigm of Just Sustainability as a more integral proposal for the development of societies.