Aminuddin Mane Kandari is an expert in Agroclimatology at the Department of Environmental Science, Faculty of Forestry and Environmental Science, Halu Oleo University, Southeast Sulawesi, Indonesia. He completed his doctoral degree at the Hasanuddin University in 2014 (agroclimatolgy), Master Degree at the Bogor Agricultural Institute (agrolimatology), and Bachelor Degree at the Halu Oleo University (agronomy). He has published many scientific articles to international journals : (1) Agroecological Zoning and Land Suitability Assessment for mays e (Zea mays L.) in Buton Regency, Indonesia (AFF Journal, 2013); (2) Land Suitability and Problems Assessment for Food Crop Development Based on Pedo-Agroclimate and Resource Management (IJTAS journal, 2014); (3) Land Suitability Evaluation for Plantation Forest Development Based on Multicriteria Approach (AFF Journal, 2015); (4) Local Wisdom as Adaptation Strategy in Suboptimal Land Management at Binongko Island, Wakatobi, Indonesia (BBR Journal, 2017); and Assesment of Land Biophysical Properties on Different Slope Positions as Sustainable Management Conservation in Districts of North Moramo, South Konawe, Indonesia. He has also presented his articles to the international conference: (1) Optimization of Agriculture Land Based on Agroclimate Suitability Assessment or Pepper (Piper nigrum L.) Development in Konawe Regency, Indonesia: The 8TH International Conference on Innovation and Collaboration Towards Asean Community 2015; (2) General Study of Climate and Biodiversity Characteristics in Wawonii Island Konawe Islands Regency, Indonesia: Proceedings Celebes International Conference on Diversity at Wallacea’s Line (CICDWL 2015). Other jobs at the Halu Oleo University are: (1) The head of Senat University 2005 - Now); (2) Former Deputy Dean on planning and financial matters of Faculty of Forestry and Environmental Science (2014 - 2015); (3) Former Deputy Dean on academic matter (2009 - 2012) of the Faculty of Agriculture; and (4) Former Deputy Dean on Student Matter of the Faculty of Agriculture (2005 - 2009).