E-Books vs Paper Books
Check out this article from The Washington Post:
In it, Brian Palmer writes that iPads and Kindles are better for the environment than real books, given that you "consume a healthy number of titles, you read at a normal pace." Really? Is it as simple as toxins/chemicals vs cutting down trees? I really like his conclusion: "An even better option is to walk to your local library, which can spread the environmental impact of a single book over an entire community."