Mohanad Mohammed Sufyan Ghaleb Department of Management, School of Business, King Faisal University, Al-hasa, Saudi Arabia
Mohammad Fudeil Ibrahim Al-Ameryeen College of Business, University Utara Malaysia, Sintok, Kedah, Malaysia


This study endeavour sought to furnish empirical substantiation pertaining to the determinants influencing pro-environmental behaviour (EPB) among employees, incorporating the mediating influence of green commitment (GC) along with the moderating impacts of green self-efficacy (GSE) and environmental passion (EP). Specifically, the investigation considered three independent variables: green empowerment (GEP), green human capital (GHC) and individual green values (IGV). Employing a quantitative methodology, data were amassed from 205 employees within pharmaceutical organizations in Saudi Arabia. Employing regression analysis, the results indicated a positive correlation between EPB and GHC. Furthermore, GEP and IGV exhibited statistically significant and positive associations with EPB. Correspondingly, in alignment with anticipated outcomes, the study validated the role of GC mediation in the connections between GHC, GEP, IGV, and EPB. Nevertheless, GSE and EP demonstrated insignificance as moderators in the connection between GC and EPB. The present study makes a valuable contribution to the existing body of literature while proffering pragmatic insights for organizations striving to foster environmentally friendly behaviour.

Keywords:Pro-environmental Behaviour, Green Commitment, Green Self-Efficacy, Green Management Practice.