The world is changing at an unprecedented scale and speed. People are slowly becoming increasingly aware of the need to move towards sustainability in every possible way. As part of this journey, we explore the concept of EcoJustice, which defines values to which we should aspire. However, we can only talk about ecological justice if values and resources are fairly distributed and equally accessible to all living beings. To achieve this equilibrium, we must go far and work hard with a long-term perspective. That is why, in this discussion paper, we focus on how we can lead the way for future generations towards EcoJustice and teach them to be resilient and make better decisions for a better world - learning from and for our natural environment. Education plays a crucial role. We must focus on new knowledge and information that are neither sufficiently available nor sufficiently studied currently. We also present the EU Erasmus project called 'Lead for EcoJustice', which works on restructuring school culture that is mainly based on traditional societal insights and should introduce education on sustainability and circularity as driving forces. Our paper aims to provide insights into the development of knowledge and information to support this crucial development in education.