The Lessons From Chernobyl

First, to save one’s reputation at the expense of a decrease in quality of life for others is a short-term strategy that often results in long-term loss.

Second, when the truth is left untold that mitigates everyone’s ability to proactively address it. 

Third, known flaws that are kept under wraps to avoid a weak appearance cost more than addressing the problem.

On April 26th, we remember the lessons from Chernobyl.

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