There are many lessons that can be learned from the Chernobyl accident, and can be different based upon the perspective from which you look at it. A lot was learned about reactor design—the flawed design of the Chernobyl reactor contributed a great deal to the meltdown, and many new safety features have been introduced in new plants and retrofitted at older ones.. In addition, we have learned about appropriate locations of nuclear power plants in relation to the surrounding communities and geographic features such as bodies of water.
There are several lessons that can be learned from the Chernobyl disaster:
Though many of the lessons have moved us forward, as seen by the disaster brewing in Japan, we still have a long way to go in minimizing safety risks.
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