This chapter considers the relevance and implications of climate-change-induced migration-displacement to social ethics, particularly in relation to climate justice. It concludes by offering a road map for migration with dignity in the face of climate change. The chapter argues that climate justice is an ethical imperative and that humanitarian policies are not adequate to meet the demands of justice as these can mask how those who cause climate change should be made responsible. With climate-induced migration, people voluntarily move, or are forcibly displaced, as their lives are seriously impacted by the effects and consequences of climate change. The sovereigntist invokes the notion of sovereign authority and is wedded to the fortification of borders as a policy or response to climate-induced migration. Only when climate-induced migration is addressed on the basis of climate justice that the social roots of the issue, the reckoning of responsibility, and the necessary agency for change are dealt with.