Paperless or Paperfull? The Comparison Between E-Books and Book-Books


Wellhome.com, an all-in-one service provider that improves home efficiency, posted an article on their blog about the positive effect E-books have had on reducing our need for cutting down and processing trees for printed books. We haven’t confirmed the accuracy of their data and it seems to travel between books and newspapers a bit but their conclusion is simple – E-books on E-readers is the way to go. Check out a full version of their amazing and kind of roided-out infographic. After much thinking, I calculated my footprint in the whole E-Book vs Printed Book issue and I decided to create an infographic of my own.


E-Books vs Printed Books

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