As the importance of environmental sustainability grows on a global scale, it is crucial to understand the factors that impact a country’s adoption and implementation of sustainable practices. This study aims to investigate the relationship between cultural factors outlined by Hofstede’s framework and the adoption and implementation of environmental sustainability practices across countries. Using data about 87 countries from the World Bank database during the period 2015-2019 regarding environment indicators and the Hofstede Insights website regarding cultural dimensions of the countries, this study finds that out of the six cultural dimensions proposed by Hofstede, the power distance and indulgence dimensions have an effect on environmental sustainability practices of countries. Specifically, low power distance and high indulgence lead to more robust environmental sustainability practices. On the other hand, individualism, masculinity-femininity, uncertainty avoidance, and long-term orientation dimensions have no significant impact on the environmental sustainability practices of countries.