Not necessarily. There is concern by some environmentalists because of the disappearance of old-growth teak. But there is a rise in sustainable teak plantations all over the world, which ensure the tree is generated and harvested in ecologically sound ways. Teak is in itself a sustainable resource because under the right conditions, it can be grown without artificial fertilizers or irrigation. Plus it is extremely durable, useful, and long-lasting.
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