This chapter supports the extension of human rights to include the community of humankind and even the community of life that supports it. In general, references to future generations’ rights can only be found in the preambular sections of environmental law instruments. The future is viewed as remote, and less worthy of our attention than many other urgent human rights and environmental problems. But the concept of ecojustice the author proposes is intended to join intergenerational and intragenerational justice, and includes the first generation, that is, the generation that is now coming into being and hence is immediately present and fully possessed of rights that we must respect.