Although global warming (GW) albedo solutions are currently not being used worldwide, they are anticipated to be vital as a significant supplement to CO2 reduction efforts. Conservatively, albedo surface controls are seriously lacking. Furthermore, without albedo solutions there is a reasonable probability, as many authors have suggested, for a 1.5oC-3oC GW increase, which is expected to be enough for a tipping point to occur. An important aspect to bring to the attention of policymakers is the albedo-greenhouse gas (GHG) interactions. We model this interaction which has a major influence in assessing climate change. For example, modeling is used to help exemplify the amount of albedo surface area modification required to mitigate CO2 GW effects. Additionally, albedo controls are the only way to mitigate impermeable hotspots and hydro-hotspots surfaces that have increased at an alarming rate. We illustrate their growth rate; discuss their historical recognized significance and known correlations to climate change. Our results are directed toward influencing policymakers on the unique practical aspects of albedo solutions and their imminent need.