The wide-ranging effects of climate change make it one of the most significant global issues for the 21st century. Yet, despite an acknowledgment that climate change is a relevant concern for feminist bioethicists, few if any feminist bioethicists have engaged with the topic. This chapter provides an overview of existing feminist contributions to climate change discourse, policy and practice with the intent of demonstrating topics of interest for feminist bioethics. Each section highlights particular areas of congruence between climate change and feminist bioethics research. Our aim is to make clear what feminism has contributed to our thinking about climate change, which we hope in turn, sparks interest among feminist bioethicists to consider what feminism could further contribute. Feminist bioethicists have a yet unrealized, but important role to play in furthering our understanding of climate change and its effects.