Environmental Summer in New York

Build in time to enjoy all that New York has to offer!

If you are planning to join us for the Summer International Environmental Law Institute from outside of the New York region, here are some facts and information to help you envision what your visit will be like:

June often features the nicest weather of the year with a pleasant, average low and high of 64°-79°F (about 18°-26° C) and only the occasional need for an umbrella. In July, the New York summer rolls in with average low and high temperatures of 69 and 84 degrees, setting the city abuzz with summer leisure activities.

Those participants staying on or taking classes at the Pace Law campus will be pleased to hear that White Plains is a walkers' paradise. Our campus is a leisurely ten minute walk from downtown White Plains, which features a first-run movie theater, ample shopping opportunities, grocery stores, parks, health clubs, and a multitude of diverse restaurants and bars, many with outdoor seating. Fountains and plazas dotted through downtown provide interesting spots to sit and watch the world go by.  Back on our beautiful campus, enjoy the spring and summer weather while studying or just relaxing on the lawns or under the trees.

Of course, be sure to save time to explore New York City! Simply hop on the Metro North to visit the city that never sleeps and all of its attractions. (Click here for help getting around.) On any given day, the city that never sleeps offers visitors the opportunity to visit festivals, concerts, museums, world-famous restaurants, stores, parks, and historical sites. Visit Time Out New YorkNew York Magazine's Summer Guide, and New York City's Summer Streets (or just Google!) for ideas and tips on how to plan your visit.