Carbon seize, utilization and storage (CCUS) have been projected by the ability and industrial sectors to play a significant position in the direction of net-zero greenhouse gasoline emissions. On this examine, we goal to discover the feasibility of a worldwide chemical business that absolutely depends on CO2 as its carbon supply in 2050. We undertaking the worldwide annual CO2 demand as chemical feedstock to be 2.2–3.1 gigatonnes (Gt), properly throughout the potential vary of provide (5.2–13.9 Gt) from the ability, cement, metal, and kraft pulp sectors. Therefore, feedstock availability is just not a constraint issue for the transition in the direction of a completely CO2-based chemical business on the worldwide foundation, except for few areas that would face native provide shortages, such because the Center East. We additional conduct life cycle evaluation to look at the environmental advantages on local weather change and the trade-offs of particulate matter-related well being impacts induced by carbon seize. We conclude that CO2 captured from strong biomass-fired energy crops and kraft pulp mills in Europe would have the least environmental and well being impacts, and that India and China ought to prioritize low-impact regional electrical energy provide earlier than a large-scale deployment of CCUS. Lastly, two bottom-up case research of China and the Center East illustrate how the entire regional environmental and well being impacts from carbon seize might be minimized by optimizing its provide sources and transport, requiring cross-sectoral cooperation and early planning of infrastructure. General, seize and utilization of unabatable industrial waste CO2 as chemical feedstock generally is a possible means for the net-zero transition of the business, whereas concerted efforts are but wanted to construct up the carbon-capture-and-utilization worth chain world wide.