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A village of die-hard Zadists
Séverine Cesalli, child psychiatrist, Martigny
It is not really a village. In fact, it is the first ZAD in Switzerland: an area to defend. I went there in early March. Despite the local care team, outside help is welcome in the face of the prospect of evacuation. The ZAD de la Colline is located on the Mormont hill, in the canton of Vaud, between Eclépens and La Sarraz. It is a high place of biodiversity to be protected according to environmental protection associations and the Mormont Preservation Association. According to LafargeHolcim, the cement company that operates it, it is a valuable source of limestone to be extracted to meet growing needs.