Climate Feedback is a site on which scientists grade articles about climate science. Not only do they provide comments, they also give a final grade, indicating the scientific credibility. For example, Chris Mooney’s article on what we’re doing to the Earth, was – unsurprisingly – graded as having a high/very-high scientific credibility. On the other hand, Ben Webster’s article on scientists are exaggerating threats to reefs and marine life, was – also unsurprisingly – graded as having a very low scientific credibility.
The reason I’m writing this is because they’re doing a campaign to try and raise some money. You can read more on Victor’s site. The same article was also posted on Dana Nuccitelli and John Abraham’s Guardian site. I think Climate Feedback does a very good job of commenting on, and grading, articles about climate science. If you feel like helping, the link to the funding campaign is here. It’s already doing pretty well.