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Text: Line: Chinese President Xi Jinping ordered local governments Friday to prevent any more industrial disasters after a chemical plant blast left 62 people dead, injured hundreds and flattened an industrial park in the latest such catastrophe to hit the country. Thursday's explosion in the eastern city of Yancheng in Jiangsu province was one of the worst industrial disasters to hit China, with Xi acknowledging that the country has seen a rash of major accidents in recent years. The State Council, China's cabinet, has established a team to investigate the explosion, with State Councilor Wang Yong headed to the scene to lead rescue and response efforts, state media said.<p><br clear="all">7 ways you can improve the world&apos;s access to fresh water<p><a href="https://news.yahoo.com/7-ways-improve-worlds-access-161035096.html"><img src="http://l.yimg.com/uu/api/res/1.2/QoPbboVhnSmIBIgAEonydA--/YXBwaWQ9eXRhY2h5b247aD04Njt3PTEzMDs-/http://media.zenfs.com/en-US/homerun/science.mashable/831d550f81ba43ba0226e2572ceefb06" width="130" height="86" alt="7 ways you can improve the world&apos;s access to fresh water" align="left" title="7 ways you can improve the world&apos;s access to fresh water" border="0" ></a>It&apos;s easy to take the fresh, cold water that gurgles out of your tap each morning for granted. Unfortunately, not everyone has that luxury. Today is World Water Day, and this year, the theme is &quot;Leaving no one behind.&quot; With the goal of ensuring access to fresh water for everyone, World Water Day hopes to draw attention to an issue that impacts the health and livelihood of billions of people around the world.  According to the United Nations, 2.1 billion people don&apos;t have access to safely-managed drinking water. In particular, the campaign points to marginalized groups like women, children, refugees, and more, who they say can be ignored or discriminated against when trying to access water. But there are ways to offer assistance. Organizations on Twitter have a wealth of tools, information, and resources that will show you how to make a difference. Here are seven useful tweets to read, like, and share to understand more about the situation at-hand and what role you can play in mitigating a real crisis. 1. Understand the role of fresh water in agriculture And the right answer is...70% of all freshwater is used for agriculture globally. Find out more on how rice growers in #Vietnam adapt when freshwater is under threat &gt; https://t.co/PQBcZXo93y #WorldWaterDay pic.twitter.com/3yzdIfppEJ — International Fund for Agricultural Development (@IFAD) March 21, 2019 2. Learn how much your daily cup costs How much water was in your coffee this morning? ?It might only have 250ml of actual water in it, but the water it takes to produce your morning cup is 1000 times that!With 1 in 9 living without water, thoughtful consumer choice can help ensure access for all.#WorldWaterDay pic.twitter.com/sEiFhIQb31 — WaterAid UK
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