December 7, 2017 - Scholastic: Climate Fighter: This 10-year-old is taking the United States government to court over the environment
December 1, 2017: Florida Roundup
November 22, 2017: Florida 10-year-old is one of 21 kids suing federal government over climate change - Tampa Bay Times
April 30, 2017: Kids take over Supreme Court steps - CNN
April 29, 2017: Kids and Teens Are Suing Trump's Administration Over Climate Change - Teen Vogue
April 24, 2017: Donald Trump being sued by nine-year-old Levi Draheim over his climate policies - Australian Broadcasting Corporation
March 17, 2017: 'Biggest Case on the Planet' Pits Kids vs. Climate Change - National Geographic
August 14, 2015: 8-year-old takes US government to court over climate change - Climate Home
Age: 10, Hometown: Satellite Beach, Florida
"I work hard to protect the environment and animals near my home. I want my government to work hard to protect my future and the future of the animals and ecosystems in our country."
"You have to find the way of nature," is one of Levi's messages for the world from his beloved home of a barrier island in Florida, just 13ft above sea level. His island has been impacted by environmental issues from red algal blooms to increasing storms from climate change. After Hurricane Matthew, Levi volunteered replanting the dunes at the beach, where he also does litter clean-ups. The youngest #youthvgov plaintiff, Levi has been speaking at marches and rallies in his neighborhood to bring attention to the risk climate change poses to low-lying Florida. He is also a painter and a dreamer who is part of the lawsuit to imagine and build a better future.