1939 – Brundtland was born in Oslo on the 20th of April.
1963-1965 – She was educated Medical doctor (cand. med.) at the University of Oslo, and Master of Public Health at Harvard University.
1974-1979 – She was Norwegian environment minister.
1975 – She became deputy leader of Labor Party.
1981 – She was the leader of Labor Party.
– She was the prime minister of Norway (1st female prime minister)
1983-1987 – She became chairman of UN Commission on the Environment and Development.
1994 – Brundtland was awarded the Charlemagne Prize of the city of Aachen.
1998 – She became the director-general of World Health Organization (WHO)
2006 – Brundtland was a member of the Panel of Eminent Persons who reviewed the work of UNCTAD (United Nations Conference on Trade and Development.
2007 – In May, the UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon named Brundtland, as well as Ricardo Lagos, the former president of Chile and Han Seung-soo, the former foreign minister of South Korea, to serve as UN Special Envoys for Climate Change.