How Drawbridge is drowning — and what it means for our future

Drawbridge, in the Bay area, used to be a populated island town in the 1880’s to early 1990’s. Now the buildings are sacred and the remaining structures are battling the elements. UCLA professor, Glen MacDonald, described the city as a “a memorial to past human aspirations and a memorial to failure.” It was poorly built right above sea level without thought of sustainability. Nature is now regaining control over the area.