The present study is aimed at exploring the Pro-environmental Behavior of 150 1st year undergraduate college students of Kolkata. Pro-environmental Behavior is a behavior, which is generally judged in the context of the considered society in a protective way of environmental behavior or a tribute to the healthy environment. The purpose of this study was to find out if there was any significant difference across genders with respect to behavior. Further, the study aimed at finding out the relation, if any, between values, oneness belief and skepticism with pro-environmental behavior. The t-tests revealed that there was no significant difference between male and female subjects regarding Pro-environmental Behavior. However, with respect to Oneness belief, Skepticism about environment, Values for environment there were significant differences between male and female subjects. Nevertheless, Oneness belief, Skepticism about environment, Values for environment were found to be significantly correlated with Pro-environmental behavior. Linear regression analysis revealed that values for environment appeared as the only significant predictor of Pro-environmental behavior. © Journal of the Indian Academy of Applied Psychology.