London-listed Vedanta Resources’ iron ore subsidiary, Sesa Goa, is the biggest mining company in India’s internationally-renowned “holiday state”. Most tourists are blissfully unaware of the company’s impacts. But, for many Goan farmers, the massive overburden dumps created by Sesa Goa aren’t just eyesores. They form precarious mountains of potentially toxic mud which bleed onto crops, smother vegetation, and contaminate water sources.