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The defendants, Mujahid Arshid, 33, of no fixed address, and Vincent Tappu, 28, of London, both face charges of kidnap.

Arshid also faces charges of attempted murder and two counts of murder.

The area is scarred by infrastructure like the Frejus highway, an international railway, and numerous dams, tunnels and industries.

This “development” has had significant environmental and social impacts.

They argue that the TAV would improve passenger and goods transport, providing a more ecologically sound transport alternative that would also create employment and contribute to economic development.

This case study explores the motives and rationale of the main actors, highlighting the role of power relations and an underlying clash of ideologies, and suggesting how tools and concepts of ecological economics might be applied to support alternative proposals from civil society.

Divided between the Lower and Upper Valleys, the Lower Valley has 66 162 inhabitants with a population density of 468 per km2 (ISTAT, 2001).

Since World War II its economy has shifted from agriculture to industry, mainly steel, services and trade.

In contrast, supporters of the project are mainly found in European, national, and provincial governments and in companies and corporations driven by private interests in infrastructure and trade development.

(Leonardi, 2007)The development of transport infrastructure in the beginning of the 1990s coincided with the decline of industry, particularly in the Lower Valley.

To boost the local economy, Susa Valley officials began to invest not only in industry and transport, but also in the development of the local territory, especially mountain tourism and skiing activities, as the area has a rich historical and cultural legacy of popular celebrations and a scenic protected area.

Jean-de-Maurienne (France) to Venaus (Italy), making it the main tunnel to cross the Alps.

The “No TAV” movement, spontaneously born in the 1990s, is the grass-roots movement of the Susa Valley population against the construction of the tunnel.

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