Having spent three months living in an 83-meter-tall hardwood tree in Tasmania, Japanese environmental activist Sakyo Noda says he feels he has become “part of the forest.”

Noda, a 26-year-old student of English from Tokyo, is campaigning against the logging of ancient forests for Japan’s wood-chip market.

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