Do One Thing - DOT

Saatchi & Saatchi believes that sustainability is driven from consumers-up, not companies down, and the heart of True Blue is to inspire people to make the best choices for themselves and for the planet.

Each person is encouraged to choose one thing to pursue regularly. It can be anything from cycling to work or doing laundry with cold water. We call this DOT - Do One Thing. One person's DOT may stand alone, but connect a billion DOTs together and you'll see a movement of change happening.



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Latest DOTs

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    Allison Vasarab: start buying things made of organic products

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    Jacob Rubright: Pros and cons of green energy

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    Ashley Petit: Solar power

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    Bryan Benedict: Don't rinse plates with water before putting them into the dishwasher. You'll save nearly 20 gallons of water each week!

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    Shelby Hall: Ride my bike places instead of driving.

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    Kaleb Harlow: green chemistry

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    Andreia: Shut down the shower when washing my hair

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    JoDana: We switched from traditional lumber to using and adding in bamboo and other sustainable products to our product line of a business I own.

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    Gary: Not turn on the lights unless I need it to see. Live in the same house for so long I can get around without light.

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    camila monteiro: I have an ecofashion atelie for new clothes in Brazil.I work and live searching for options baseds in Upcycled things

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    Joanna Beresford: Print double sided whenever possible and use a reusable water bottle instead of buying plastic bottles.

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    Diane Egelston: Walk to the station and take the train to work every day.

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    sarah: I chose a few. Using cold water while washing, turning off tap while brushing. And turn off surge protectors tv's and lights are plugged into when not being used.

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    Natia: Close tap water while brushing teeth to reduce water usage

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    Amir: Recycle or give away my old phone after upgrading every few years.

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    Jake Zindulka: Use cold water while washing

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    alberto villantoy: doing recyclinng end products of kitchnet

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    Ella Tzadok: to use the dryer only when i wash linen otherwise, use clothes-line.

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    Michaela Richards: Michaela Richards: I have a wardrobe full of lovely Trelise Cooper reusable shopping bags and always forget to use them! I will put them in the car, and say no to plastic shopping bags.

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    Sonya: I will only use sustainable palm tree products, and if the packaging doesn't specify it, I won't use that product at all.

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    Adam Hammond: I will change the way remote industries and communities generate and consume energy.

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    Kim Edgar: I will select products with the least packaging AND tell my favorite brands that I'm doing this.

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    Henry Woodburn: Be friendly to a random person.

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    Brandon Verhoff: Use more reusable bags when I go to the grocery store instead of plastic disposable ones

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    Steve Owst: Reduce or eliminate my use of single serving plastic water bottles

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    Samba PM: Take Stairs and Walk instead of using automobiles whenever and wherever possible.

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    Terri Persico: Use no plastic bags - ever!

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    JBrd: Laundry with cold water. Use reusable drinking containers and reusable bags. Exercise more. Always take the stairs. Try to walk/bike to places that are close instead of driving.

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    Angela: exercising

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    Angela: Doing laundry with cold water

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    Galina Vacheva: Live in harmony and love to mother Earth

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    Galina Vacheva: Cycle to work and live in a harmony with Mother Earth

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    Galina Vacheva: Cycle to work and live in harmony with Mother Earth

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    Kasia: Cycle to Work

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    johanna fitzgerald: Try to only get used (bought or free) items - from clothing to kids toys to appliances and cars

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    Don Knapp: Ride my bike to work every day and show everyone that zero-emissions transportation is fun and practical.

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    Tiffany: exercising

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    christian: use solar energy made on my roof

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    Whitney: I make my own dishwasher detergent that is eco-friendly.

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    Serra Titiz: I try using public transportation instead of driving or taking a taxi

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    Serra Titiz: Serra: I try using public transportation instead of driving or taking a taxi

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    Serra Titiz: use public transportation.

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    Serra Titiz: use public transportation

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    Gillian Osrin: Continue to grow StyleWithHeart.com; connecting eco-ethical fashion brands with shoppers.

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    Nursel: I will recycle paper and plastic everthing.

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    Emily: Dedicate my professional life to making positive change in my community

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    Divya Tiwari: Carry your water!! Dont buy packged drinking water.

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    Gemnaika Palinar: Only buy what is needed and never on excess quantity. And bring reusable eco-friendly bags all the time so I don't have to use plastic/ paper

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    Parry R.: Stick to the stairs... No more elevator for me!

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    Marsha: I will wash all my clothes in cold water.