Nicolas Hulot says he is leaving government because president is not doing enough on climate and other environmental goals

Emmanuel Macron’s climate commitment to “make this planet great again” has come under attack after his environment minister dramatically quit, saying the French president was not doing enough on climate and other environmental goals.

Nicolas Hulot, an environmentalist and former TV personality, announced on a radio breakfast show that he was leaving the government over “an accumulation of disappointments” with the half-heartedness and inadequacy of the government’s steps to tackle climate change, defend biodiversity and address other environmental threats.

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