CustomMade, a platform that focuses on putting together individual custom-makers with consumers, has just shared an infographic comparing the ecological benefits and footprint of e-readers versus traditional print books. In their own context, this could be about persuading people that the venerable bookshelf is not such an ecological burden as it might at first seem. And their feature breaks down the whole argument in very detailed terms, and is worth scanning. But they’ve also distilled it into a neat infographic, which even if it does some strange moves like contrasting pounds and kilos of carbon, is well worth perusing. Enjoy.