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When will be Discovery Project Earth next episode air date? Is Discovery Project Earth renewed or cancelled? Where to countdown Discovery Project Earth air dates? Is Discovery Project Earth worth watching?

"Discovery Project Earth" will premiere on the Discovery channel on 22 August 2008. You've heard the dire warning, you've seen the detailed PowerPoint, you've even bought that light bulb with the swirls, but how about some real action? Now the world's leading scientists meet three uncompromising visionaries to put the most ambitious geo-engineering ideas to the test, tackling global climate change in "Discovery Project Earth".

From covering acres of Greenland's glaciers in protective blankets to stop it from melting to constructing space rockets to send tiny reflective lenses into orbit to planting thousands of saplings via a mass aerial drop to reforest barren areas, these are experiments on an epic scale. Each one will push the boundaries of science and technology, but will they produce groundbreaking environmental results?

Genres: Family | Educational | Discovery/Science
Station: Discovery Channel (US)
Rating: 0/10 from 0 users
Status: Canceled/Ended
End: Sep/19/2008

Discovery Project Earth Season 1 Air Dates


S01E01 - Wrapping Greenland Air Date: 23 August 2008 02:00 -

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S01E02 - Raining Forests Air Date: 30 August 2008 02:00 -

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S01E03 - Brighter World Air Date: 30 August 2008 02:00 -

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S01E04 - Infinite Winds Air Date: 06 September 2008 02:00 -

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S01E05 - Hungry Ocean Air Date: 06 September 2008 02:00 -

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S01E06 - Space Sunshield Air Date: 13 September 2008 02:00 -

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S01E07 - Orbital Power Plant Air Date: 13 September 2008 02:00 -

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S01E08 - Fixing Carbon Air Date: 20 September 2008 02:00 -

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