Hi Kjersti - have you tried looking in any education databases e.g. Eric or Ebsco Education Complete?
Also Eurostat http://epp.eurostat.ec.europa.eu/portal/page/portal/region_cities/introduction
Has a detailed urban statistics section though obviously EU and I'm not sure how easy locating smart city information will be.
There is also my favourite database for anything (other than architecture and construction) Academic Search Complete
From: Architecture Librarians group [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Kjersti Lie
Sent: 24 July 2012 07:44
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Subject: Re: Smart Cities ...
Sorry, I should have mentioned what I have tried - and what I have access to. We have Scopus; ISI Web of Science, Avery ... most of the important architecture; planning and energy reference databases, but I thought it would be interesting to hear if you had any "favourite sources" for this kind of information.
>From: Kjersti Lie
>Sent: Tuesday, July 24, 2012 8:39 AM
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>Subject: Smart Cities ...
>One of the planners at the Faculty of Architecture and Fine Art here at
>the university has asked for my help - and I ask for yours!
>What she needs is a database or other sources of information on "...
>statistics and other information on the need for (further) education
>and qualifications in connection with "Smart Cities" - "Integrated
>Urban Energy Planning" in particular, with emphasis on energy." She
>says she has read strategy reports, searched journals on energy and
>town planning and - of course - done her googling!
>Any suggestions, anyone - or am I being to vague?
>NTNU UB; Architecture and Civil Engineering library Alfred Getz' v. 3
>Tlf +47 73 59 51 60
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