Climate change is a compelling global leadership issue in the 21st century. Recent computer simulations indicate that global sea levels may rise as much as three feet by the end of this century, which would have devastating planetary consequences (Deconto & Pollard, 2016). The solution to this wicked problem is not simply the responsibility of world leaders; followers must also play a part. This is an issue that is the result of contributions from many sources, and as such it is critically important to have buy-in from the general population in order to address the issue effectively. In short, followers must play an integral part in creating and implementing solutions to climate change. Major questions addressed in this chapter are: “Do different cultures hold different understandings of the role of followers in addressing climate change?” and “What are the relevant cultural factors that impact followers’ self-perception of their role in addressing climate change?”