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Topic - Yvo De Boer
Yvo de Boer said he left his job as the U.N.'s top climate official in frustration 18 months ago, believing the process of negotiating a meaningful climate agreement is failing.
In the end he felt he "wasn't really able to contribute as I should be to the process," he said.
And there is understandably a reluctance to be the first one to jump," he said.