From the Anosy region of southern Madagascar, the indigenous Antanosy describe their lives in the face of climate change, food insecurity and rapid development due to mining. Testimonies include: Sambo – His life “used to be good, like everyone else’s in the village”. But then they lost access to their best fishing grounds as the mining company started to build a port; Jean-Claude – I am totally convinced that the money I received in return for my farmland was too little…I am not trying to block QMM’s [QIT Madagascar Minerals, subsidiary of Rio Tinto]…projects but the food security of my children is the most important thing to me”.