Was Yvo de Boer right to quit?

Was Yvo de Boer right to quit?
The UN's climate chief Yvo de Boer has quit his post amid frustration over lack of progress at the COP15 climate talks. Was it the right thing to do?
Yes, understandable
No, should have stuck it out
Fair enough, but will set back progress

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