The European Green Party 2014 Electoral Manifesto makes the position of the Greens clear on the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership(TTIP).
It states the following: Presently, many bilateral EU trade deals are being negotiated, in particular the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) with the United States. Greens contest the lack of transparency of these negotiations, where important democratic choices are on the agenda. Greens not only defend our environmental, health, agriculture and food, consumer and labour standards, public interests and data protection, but also the possibility of strengthening them to implement the Green New Deal. We oppose biotech and toxic financial products marketed in the US being automatically approved for the EU. We draw clear red lines against any weakening of EU legislation. We refuse, through the inclusion of international investor-state dispute settlement in trade agreements, to allow private companies to sue democratically elected governments in order to protect corporate interests against social or environmental reforms. We mobilize against any trade agreement that does not honour these principles and therefore we oppose TTIP in its current form. ((EGP 2014 Manifesto section entitled : For a Fair Trade Policy).
For more information you may view the EGP posiiton paper on TTIP entitled : Too Many Untrustworthy Promises and Real Risks