This chapter maintains that climate change, especially anthropogenic climate change, is a topic that is inherently multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary. In the physical and natural sciences, this includes climate science, atmospheric science, meteorology, geology, and engineering. In this chapter, we provide a broad overview of the contributions that sociologists, political scientists, and human geographers—disciplines the closest to anthropology—have made to the study of climate change. However, it is important to note that psychology and the various humanities, including history, philosophy, theology, cultural studies, and media or communication studies, have been making significant contributions to the study of climate change. While this book focuses on the anthropology of climate change, the various perspectives in it are heavily reliant on other disciplines, including ones in the physical and natural sciences, the other social sciences, psychology, and the humanities.