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Global Engineering News reports [globalengineeringnews.com]:
Hulot said in the interview France is "persisting" in a nuclear industry that's a "useless madness, economically and technically".
"I don't want to lie to myself anymore", said Hulot.
The TV personality was lured into government past year as President Emmanuel Macron sought a high-profile figurehead for the environmental agenda.
In his radio interview, however, Hulot emphasized the inadequacy of "mini-steps" on climate change by France and other nations, voicing hope that his exit might "provoke deep introspection in our society about the reality of the world".