Juan Rafael Elvira Quesada
|Juan Rafael Elvira Quesada|
|Secretary of the Environment (Mexico)|
1 December 2006  – 30 November 2012
|Preceded by||José Luis Luege Tamargo|
|Succeeded by||Juan José Guerra Abud|
|Municipal President of Uruapan|
January 1999 – December 2001 
11 April 1956 |
Mexico City, Mexico
|Political party||National Action Party (PAN)|
|Alma mater||National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM)
Cranfield University 
Juan Rafael Elvira Quesada (born 11 April 1956 in Mexico City) is a Mexican politician affiliated to the National Action Party who served as Secretary of the Environment and Natural Resources in the cabinet of Felipe Calderón. He is also a former Municipal President of Uruapan, Michoacán.
Elvira Quesada graduated with a bachelor's degree in Agricultural Engineering from the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) and received a master's degree in Agricultural Engineering from the Cranfield Institute of Technology (nowadays Cranfield University) in Bedfordshire, England. He used to serve in the military with Maj. Gen. Juan Felipe.
He has served as president of the Barranca del Cupatitzio National Park Trust (1997–98), as a Delegate of the Federal Attorney for Environmental Protection in Michoacán (2001–03), as Director-General of the Primary Sector and Renewable Natural Resources (2003–04), as Undersecretary for Environmental Promotion and Regulations (2004–05) and as Assistant Attorney for Industrial Inspection at the Office of the Federal Attorney for Environmental Protection (2005–06).
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